- A couple who recently moved to Ghana from the UK after the man was deported to Italy has detailed their experience
- The duo revealed that the man was arrested for possession of drugs, jailed for over two years in the UK, and later deported to his native country, Italy
- The pair moved to Ghana six months ago and already own a house
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A couple who recently moved to Ghana after the man was deported to Italy has recounted their experience prior to and during their stay in the country.
The lady, identified as Manka Ndah, a UK native with Ghanaian roots who moved into the country with her deportee boyfriend, revealed that life has been good for them after they moved to Ghana six months ago.
Speaking about their ordeal before they moved to the country, Ndah’s boyfriend revealed that he had spent over two years in jail before he was deported to his native country, Italy.
The duo were in a relationship before he was arrested and jailed for possession of drugs.
He revealed that he was in the company of a friend when he was caught for possession of drugs that were in the glove department of a vehicle.
He claims the drugs were not his.
Ndah’s boyfriend further explained that his ordeal was made worse when the police found a phone in the vehicle that had messages from a drug dealing conversation he had no hand in.
After being granted bail following his initial arrest, he was apprehended again at a hotel with the same friend he was with when he was first arrested.
Ndah’s boyfriend was arraigned before court and sentenced to jail.
He recounted this on their YouTube vlog.
In a recent interview, he disclosed that he spent over two years in jail in the UK and was later deported to Italy. The pair moved to Ghana after he was released.
After six months of being in Ghana, the couple say they are living their best lives.
The pair own their own house in Ghana and Ndah is preparing to open a beauty salon when the prevailing circumstances normalise.
Watch the video below:
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The high-achieving woman was approved by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and she made history as the first female to be selected by a major political party.
The trailblazer and ambitious woman received massive endorsements from Ghanaians in and outside the country and is proving to be a popular choice for future vice president.
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