Nigerian Man Wrongly Imprisoned In US For 15 Years Gets $10m Compensation After Being Set Free (Photo)

May 28, 2020
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Tony Ugochukwu

Tony Ugochukwu (Photo Credit: Omobola Jomog Olajumoke FB

A United States-Based Nigerian, Tony Ugochkwu, has been set free from prison after spending 15 out of the 18 years he was wrongly convicted for murder.

For being a victim of wrong identity, he is to be paid $10 million by the government on the order of a court.

Ugochukwu, according a brief story by Facebook, left the prison on Tuesday.

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