5 'WILD' women arrested for selling and possession of wee ahead of Easter festivities in Assin Fosu

5 'WILD' women arrested for selling and possession of wee ahead of Easter festivities in Assin Fosu

What men can do, women can do better has literally gone into play as 5 women have been grabbed by police for unlawful possession and peddling of substances suspected to be marijuana.

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The Assin Fosu Police Command apprehended the said women right ahead of the Easter celebrations in the area.

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5 'WILD' women arrested for selling and possession of wee ahead of Easter festivities in Assin Fosu

5 'WILD' women arrested for selling and possession of wee ahead of Easter festivities in Assin Fosu

According to media reports, the local police force acted on a tip off as part of a coordinated effort to rid the area of criminals.

The five women, Abena Boaduwaa, Akosua Akyea, Ama Serwaa, Comfort Adu and Afia Akyere, were grabbed by the police in a swoop at the Assin Fosu township.

Speaking with the Kumasi-based radio station, Ultimate FM, Assin Fosu District Police commander ASP Henry Batchor confirmed the arrest and said the suspects would be arraigned before court soon enough.

ASP Batchor also added that three men, who are suspected "kingpins" of the drug trade in the area were also apprehended and arrested in the operation.

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As per the laws of Ghana, "wee" is not illegal; there are conditions to its possession and use. A recent upsurge in the production of ‘wee’ classified as a narcotic substance in Ghana has stoked a legal debate on where national discourse on the matter should begin.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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