Four Ghanaians Convicted In The UK Of Drug Trafficking

Four Ghanaians in the United Kingdom have been arrested and jailed for a cumulative 32 years in prison for drug trafficking. Three men and a woman were arrested for smuggling cocaine from Ghana to the United Kingdom.

The drugs were reportedly packed into food boxes and smuggled into the UK. These four smugglers were caught at Heathrow Airport in London. Their names are Eric Kusi Appiah, 51; Albert Kaakyire Gyamfi, 52; Jennifer Agyemang, 38; and Julius Tetteh Puplampu, 56 years.

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Their leader, Eric was initially arrested in April last year at the Heathrow Airport for attempting to traffic 17kgs of cocaine. His arrest kicked off the joint operation between Ghana and the UK which led to the arrest of his associates.

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