Magai Matiop Ngong Was Sentenced To Death By Hanging When He Was Just 15 Years Old

Magai was convicted for killing his cousin – which he insists was an accident. Magai Matiop Ngong was sentenced to death by hanging when he was just 15 years old. With no legal representation during his trial, Amnesty International published.

Help us tell South Sudan not to kill Magai and that it’s illegal to use death to punish a child By Amnesty International.

Magai Matiop Ngong was sentenced to death by hanging when he was just 15 years old. With no legal representation during…

Posted by Amnesty International Africa on Friday, June 14, 2019

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He should spend years in prison but he shouldn’t be killed.. Afterwards he’s still a little teen boy who doesn’t know the A and B of life… Let him learn his lessons in prison but should be spared at last… We should think like humans that we are, we also commits but our Heavenly Father still forgive us.

He should be sentenced for some couples of years, but let him live God knows the final say not human

Cain Kackson Gondwe from Zambia
His just a boy honestly why can’t they give him a second chance for the mistakes. Kindly give him a chance 😢😢😢😢😢💔💔💔💔

 


Having admitted that it was accidental, let the law be tampered with mercy. Especially that as christians our sins have been paid for by the Lord Jesus Christ.
I therefore plead for his unconditional release as a minor and let his conscience redirect his life
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What if we all admitted that we shall all one day die. And if it’s true that heaven exists, then the law will take its course in heaven. He can be given another sentence so that he lives to regret his action while on earth rather than summary execution. I say NO to death sentence.

 


I am really amazed by your responses. To start with, he is a minor when the act was committed. And base on law the penalty of death is death. But my question here is what is the full story? And since right from day one he has lamented it was a mistake ,why was he not given a legal representative? What is the truth behind this murder but in the absence of all this I will say this is a juvenile case and it should be treated as such.

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