Nigerian footballer (Francis Ihenwe Oderah) sentenced to 8 years imprisonment in Cambodia for Drug trafficking

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A 30-year-old Nigerian man, Francis Ihenwe Oderah, who claimed to be a footballer in Cambodia has been sentenced to 8 years in jail and fined 40 million riel (about $10,000) for drug trafficking.
According to DailyMail, Oderah was arrested in Phnom Penh’s Choam Chao commune in January with about 100 grams of meth in his possession.

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The accused, during his hearing on June 7 by Judge Svay Tonh in Phnom Penh Municipal Court, reportedly admitted to have acted as a delivery man, insisting he was not a drug dealer.
In his ruling on Tuesday, Tonh ordered that the accused carry out his sentence in Prey Sar prison, where he had been detained since his arrest in January.

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The Judge said, “Three phones and a passport taken from the defendant upon his arrest would be returned.”

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