Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Two Nigerians And A Filipino, Kidnap Japanese Engineer In Malaysia

Two Nigerians and a Filipino were charged at the magistrate's court for kidnapping a Japanese engineer three weeks ago.

Okwara Victor Emeka, 40, Kalu Okoro Okeke, 31, and Divina Gu-tierrez Matias, 34, from the Philippines allegedly abducted Shunsuke Kobayakawa, 50, in Jalan Lebuh Pudu, and confined him to a condominium unit at Venice Hill, Cheras, at 11.30pm on March 13.

No plea was recorded from the three accused, who were charged under Section 3 of the Kidnapping Act, which carries the death penalty, or life imprisonment, if found guilty.

The two Nigerian men are said to be studying in Malaysia, while Divina worked as a maid.

Deputy public prosecutor S. Malini Anne prosecuted while the three accused were represented by counsel L.A. Gomes.

Magistrate Erry Shahriman Nor Aripin presided.

It was earlier reported that the victim had come to Malaysia on March 12 to meet a woman, whom he had communicated through "Skype" about marriage.

After kidnapping the victim, the trio had allegedly demanded a ransom of US$50,000 (RM155,000) from his family in Japan, which was to be credited into a bank account in the Philippines.

Another two gone, Confirmed Hanging. I hope Someone in PutraJaya does not get tired of all these bullshit.


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