Vietnam: Russian Lady Facing Execution Says Nigerian Lover Planted Cocaine In Her Luggage

by Samuel Abasi Posted on August 31st, 2017

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. August 31st: A Russian woman, Maria Dapirka, 30, who faces execution for smuggling 3kg of cocaine into Vietnam on a flight from Singapore claims the cocaine was planted in her luggage by her Nigerian lover. She said the cocaine was planted in her luggage by Nick or Chibeze who reportedly has a penchant for seducing attractive young women before conning them into carrying drugs.

Maria Dapirka, who has already written a ‘farewell letter’ to her mother, claims she was set up by her lover Nick or Chibeze, who posed as a top footballer. Her lawyers have said she has accepted she may soon be executed, but still clings on to some hope she will be freed after three years in prison. Dapirka, was living in Thailand when she met her lover, known as Nick or Chibeze.

Dapirka’s verdict and sentence was due to be handed down by a Vietnamese judge today in a Ho Chi Minh city court but the session was postponed ‘for further investigation’ for the fifth time.

In a letter to her mother Olga, a desperate Dapirka said she was ready for any decision by the court.

She wrote: ‘Don’t worry about me. I am fine. I am ready for any end. ‘I hope you will manage to visit me. I’ve not seen you for four years. I miss you so much! Please take good care of your health.’


Phot0: Maria Dapirka and Nick (or Chibeze) her Nigerian lover

Her lawyer Sunkar Nurmagambetov said: ‘We have received Maria’s appeal. She addressed her family and said that she has not lost faith yet but realistically she understands there might be scenarios like a death sentence or life term. Before her arrest, she was a keen sportswoman who did not drink or smoke. She has had to get used to the new conditions. She is trying to stay as optimistic as she can, but sometimes her mood can be quite low.’

Pro-Kremlin news site Mash in Russia published a picture purporting to be ‘Nick’, the man she accuses of framing her after they met in Thailand.

The Nigerian media has claimed the same man used different fake names to dupe dozens of other women with model looks to act as drugs mules. His real name is not certain.

What started as a beautiful love story for these innocent girls with model looks ended up into a nightmare on the death row on drug-trafficking charges. All these beautiful girls have been duped into being drug mules by an elusive Nigerian drug baron, who pretended to be a professional footballer or a pro from the fashion industry.

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