Two women busted for smuggling wee to jailed family members

Two women busted for smuggling wee to jailed family members

Two women are in the grips of officers at the Ankaful maximum prisons for attempting to smuggle "wee" and other banned substances to prison inmates.

Two women busted for smuggling wee to jailed family members

The concealed substances were unveiled after a rigorous police check (Photo: Starr FM online)

60-year-old  Grace Kusi, and 22-year-old Mary Nyanka, are reported to have concealed the substances including mobile phones and chargers in 47 parcels of a local soap called 'Azuma Blows' or 'Don't Touch me'.

Two women busted for smuggling wee to jailed family members

60-year-old Grace Kusi behind the confiscated substances (Photo: Starr Fm online)

According to the women, the concealed items were meant for their relative, Ali Omar Fulani and Razak Abubakar who are currently serving 15 and 63 jail years respectively.

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Public relations officer for the Central regional prisons service division, ASP Daniel Matchator, has revealed to the media that the women have been handed over to the Elmina Police command for further investigation as all concealed substances remain confiscated.

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