This is just days after Saudi Arabia executed Kudirat Afolabi, another Nigerian, for drugs.
“I have bad news for you. Just yesterday, in the midst of the cacophony of 20 to be killed, eight have been killed, another Nigerian was caught with cocaine in Jeddah,” Dabiri-Erewa said.
“He was caught with 1,183 grams of cocaine powder. As he was arrested, the mission was informed and his name is Saheed Ayinde Sobade.”
On Thursday, the federal government condemned the execution of Afolabi — a widow and mother of two — who was executed on April 1.
The ministry of foreign affairs said the Saudi authorities did not inform the Nigerian mission in Saudi Arabia of the arrest and prosecution of the deceased Nigerian.
Dabiri-Arewa added that the Saudi authorities do not spare any country when it comes to drugs.
However, she called for fair trial, and also appealed to Nigerians back home not to “tribalise crime, no matter what.”
“It’s a sad commentary that at this point in our lives we are tribalising crime. Crime is crime. We should not debase the green passport,” she said.
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