Investigations conducted by international online media, abusidiqu.com reveals that plans are far underway by President John Dramani Mahama to order the release of woman convicted in the United Kingdom for drug peddling, Nayeli Ametefe from UK prison.
According to the report, President Mahama has, in an emergency closed door meeting, ordered Ghana's high commissioner in the UK, Victor Smith to secure on behalf of the president, the drug peddler's release. Although government is reported to be highly reticent on her release, President Mahama - the report indicates- will be considering making use of the prisoner exchange arrangements with the UK Home Office to embark on what political experts could describe a suicidal mission.
Nayeli Ametefe is documented to have been arrested at the Heathrow airport by customs officers as she attempted to smuggle 12 kilos of cocaine in her hand luggage with news about the access she enjoyed including official security escorts through VVIP lounge at the Ghanaian international airport including her fateful British airways Accra – London bound flight gaining the media waves in Ghana. She was subsequently sentenced to 8 years and 4 months at the Isleworth Crown Court through a plea bargain.