UK customers officers have collaborated with Ghanaian security agents to arrest four British men who had been planning to export £80 million worth of cocaine to the UK, according to the Ghana Daily Mail.
The arrests were made and a tonne of drugs impounded after security agents raided a villa in Accra.
The operation also led to the arrest of a German and two Ghanaians.
British customs officers are understood to have gotten information that the men had transported the cocaine to Ghana and were seeking to export it to UK.
UK customs reportedly gathered intelligence and planned the operation for six months before executing it flawlessly.