A recent story on the air describes how Ghanaian police freed a lady from prison. After the rearrest of the lady, she gave out what the police man on duty did before he allowed her to escape.
According to information gathered by brynetrendz, the lady is named Theresa, was arrested when she tried to buy a cigarette after she escaped. After the arrest, he begged the officers to free her because she had purchased the cigarettes in bulk to sell so that she could cater to her young child.
According to her, the police officer on duty, Lance Corporal Isaac Amofa, came to him and asked if she would allow him to have carnal knowledge of her, he could help her escape from the cells. Theresa considered her child and later succumbed to the intercause in a very professional manner so that no one could see.
The gate was opened for her by Corporal Amofa in order for her to escape as he told her earlier.
When Theresa returned home, her family members were terrified since they had no idea why she had been freed and didn’t want it to appear that she had breached the law, so they began grilling her. She then proceeded to recount everything that had occurred.
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