The Bangladesh police have arrested two Ghanaian footballers for possessing illicit drugs.
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The duo, Twum Frank Ntini and Richard Dzifa Appiae are former Ghana Premier League players.
According to report by Graphiconline.com, Appiae, 28, and Twum, 27, were carrying on them 7,500 pieces of Yaba tablets when they were arrested.
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Yaba tablet, contains a mixture of methamphetamine and caffeine. The drug is illegal in many South-East Asian countries.
The two Ghanaian footballers were randomly searched while going about their duties on the streets of Bangladesh.
According to the police in Bangladesh, the suspicious movement of the two caused police to do a random search on them and the Yaba pills were found on them.
There were thus, detained and during interrogation, Frank and Richard revealed that they were smuggling the drugs for one Mohammad Masud in the capital.
The police subsequently arrested the the Mohammed guy in the Bashundhara Residential Area in the capital.
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The Ghanaians were later identified by the police as footballers who played in different leagues in Bangladesh.
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