Who was Lesedi Molapisi? How She Died | Video
Lesedi Molapisi was a 30-year-old woman from Botswana. She went from Johannesburg, South Africa, to Bangladesh via Doha. However, she was carrying Heroin in her luggage and was caught at the Airport.
Molapisi was arrested and kept in a Bangladesh prison as her trial continued. Following that, she was given a death sentence.
She couldn’t return to her hometown in Botswana. Her case was highlighted by International media as an African getting punished in an Asian country.
What Happened to Lesedi Molapisi?
On January 23, 2022, Lesedi Molapisi landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Bangladesh on a Qatar Airways aircraft from South Africa through Doha. She wore a medical mask and was clothed in white.
Molapisi had a bad day since her arrival coincided with a warning at the airport that the facility was being used to carry drugs. Molapisi was then apprehended in the Green Channel and her luggage was inspected.
During the search, 3.146kg of heroin was discovered hidden within. The Botswana woman was detained on the scene for unlawfully transporting forbidden narcotics. The Bangladesh court then tried and condemned her to death.
Is Lesedi Molapisi dead?
Lesedi Molapisi was slated to be killed in Bangladesh on November 25, 2022. She was sentenced to death by a Bangladeshi court for bringing heroin into the nation.
According to this, Lesedia Molapisi is most likely deceased by the time you read this piece. She was executed in Bangladesh because she was sentenced to death. However, formal confirmation from government officials is currently unavailable.
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