Human rights group, Amnesty International, has appealed to Indonesia to halt the imminent execution of 14 drug convicts, including five Nigerians.

The group said the execution of the convicts would put Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s government on the wrong side of history.

Amnesty, on its website, said it received credible reports that at least 14 people could be executed this week.

They include four Indonesians, a Pakistani, an Indian, a Zimbabwean, a Senegalese, a South African, and Five Nigerians.