- Nine suspected drug dealers have been arrested at Achimota in Accra in a special police operation
- Parcels of wrapped white substances and dried leaves believed to be narcotic drugs were retrieved from the suspects
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Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that nine suspected drug dealers have been arrested at Achimota in Accra in a special police operation Wednesday, January 22, 2020.
The said arrest were made at a place referred to as Vegas Ghetto’.
The operation led to the retrieval of several parcels of wrapped white substances and dried leaves believed to be narcotic drugs.
A police statement on Thursday, January 23, said several other items were also retrieved from the suspects.
“The operation is part of the Police Administration’s resolve to weed out criminals from the Ghanaian society,” it explained.
The police statement further revealed that uch intelligence-led preventive policing and strategic operational exercises would continue, to ensure that law and order is achieved before, during and after this year’s general elections.
The police are thus encouraging the public to assist them with information on criminal activities.
In other news, a retired pilot, of the Ghana Air Force, Air Commodore Kwame Pumpuni has revealed that there is no evidence that former President Jerry John Rawlings flew a plane under the Adomi Bridge.
Speaking on the recent incident involving one of Ghana Air Force’s planes on Accra-based Dadi FM hosted by Abena Opokua Ahwenee and reported by MyNewsGh.com, the retired pilot insisted that the 1979 story of Rawlings’ exploits with a plane under the Adomi Bridge was completely untrue.
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