Snail is one of the Ghanaians most favorite delicate ever discovered in history. It's very tiny but delicious when prepared with 'fufu' and light soup.
Reports Coming from the United State Of American Custom And Border Protection indicate that, some items of a Ghanaian who was traveling from Ghana to US has been ceased. According to the above-mentioned agency, these items include 22 giant snails, 'Prekese' and others.
This issue happened in JFK Airport.
The agency has declared that, these 22 giant snails will cost over 1 million dollars in the United State Of America because most of the citizens love to buy such animals for delicate and some also use it for investigation.
This issue has arisen a lot of comments throughout the world, some are saying that the offender should be set free because it's normal, others are saying that maybe that's what he does for living so the agency should end this matter and give him back his items. What are you also saying about this issue?
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