Source: Daily Guide Ghana - Two men Kwaku Boateng and Yaw Opoku, aged 47 and 62 respectively, have reportedly been remanded for attempting to export 100 compressed parcels of dry leaves suspected to be Indian hemp (wee) stashed in Fante kenkey from Ghana to the United Kingdom (UK). 
The duo have been remanded into police custody by an Accra circuit court until November 9, 2015.

Kwaku Boateng is a travel and tour agent while his counterpart Yaw Opoku is a driver.

According to the prosecution led by C/Supt. Duuti Tuaruka, the accused persons on October 19, 2015 at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra, conspired and possessed the narcotic drug without lawful authority.

Kwaku and Yaw have also been charged for attempted exportation of the narcotic drug without lawful authority, contrary to Sections 56(a) and (1) of the Narcotic Drug Enforcement Drug Control Enforcement (Control and Sanctions) PNDC Law 236/1990.

Appearing before the court, presided over by Aboagye Tandoh, the two denied the charges.


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