Many people are in jail for several reasons and offenses. Sometimes their stories will leave you in shock after listening to them. As a result, young people must be extra cautious and avoid illegal jobs and crimes that will land them in jail.
A young man made a shocking revelation about the reason why he was jailed for 3 years. This young man's statement got many Ghanaians talking on social media.
According to the video, the young man was interviewed and was asked the reason why he was in jail. According to him, he was in jail for stealing a walking stick. This sounds unbelievable to the interviewer, since he has never held such a confession before.
The young must understand that taking what does not belong to them is a crime and must refrain from engaging in such behavior.
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