Two teenagers are in the grips of the Eastern Regional Police Command for possessing narcotic substances, believed to be marijuana.

The two, Evelyn Adade Korkor, 19 years, and Felix Gyimah, 18, were arrested while attempting to transport 30 parcels of the substance together with cassava in 2 sacks from Huhunya to Nkurakan in the Eastern Region.

Spokesperson of the Eastern Regional Police Command, ASP Ebenezer Tetteh, told Citi News the two suspects will soon be arraigned.

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Narrating circumstances leading to their arrest, ASP Tetteh said: “We have arrested two teenagers.

They were arrested based upon a tip-off from the Police. The two suspects were carrying two sacks of dry leaves suspected to be Indian hemp.

They were actually compressed dry leaves numbering about thirty.

They are assisting us in our investigations.We hope to quickly arraign them.”


  1. Leave them alone and arrest those nkwaseafoo robbing the country, every minute . Millions of cedis and dollars stoled by these animals called themselves politicians, have you collected these monies ? Have you jailed them ? Please leave these toddlers alone . They’re only doing this for survival. If these so called politicians will manage the wealth of the country and create jobs , you won’t see these kinds minor errors.

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