Ezimoha was one of the Nigerians who were apprehended and sentenced to death by the Indonesian government for possession of drugs.
His body was returned to Nigeria and he was buried in his mansion on Thursday, August 18.
Families and friends attended the burial of the 35-year-old drug dealer in Ezigbo village, Ihiala local government area of Anambra.
Here are photos from his burial. His outing service will hold tomorrow in his village.
Meanwhile, three Nigerians have been arrested by the Saudi Arabian authority for smuggling drugs to the country.
NAN reports that the three suspects were in the country for the Hajj exercise and were found in possession of substance suspected to be cocaine.
Hajia Fatima Abolore-Jimoh who is the executive secretary of the Kwara Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board confirmed the arrest of the Nigerians who are also from Kwara.
She said they were arrested in Madina and were among the first batch of 505 pilgrims from the state.
She said they were still in the custody of Saudi Arabian authorities but did not disclose their identities.