Four Nigerians caught with ‘ganja’, a psychoactive, have found themselves in trouble with the law.
They have been lodging in a hotel located off the Bush Road and they would always go out very late in the night and on their return, engage in ‘ganga’ (marijuana) smoking in their rooms, not only causing a lot of inconvenience but putting fear in the other guests.
Their names have been given as Emmanuel Nwosu, a seaman, Mentor Sey, music artist, Andy Thomas Osemene, also a music artist, and Emmanuel Thomas, a student.
The four have already appeared before an Accra Circuit Court criminally charged with possession of a narcotic plant without authority.
Emmanuel Nwosu, Mentor Sey, Andy Thomas Osemene and Emmanuel Thomas, all told the court that they are not guilty of any wrongdoing.
The circuit court presided over by Mrs. Evelyn Asamoah granted each of them bail in the sum of Ghs100,000.00 with three sureties, two of them should be justified.
The four accused persons were ordered to make their next court appearance on Monday, April 25, 2022. Police Chief Inspector Benson Benneh told the court that the four were arrested by the Teshie police on March 30, at about mid-day.
Their arrest, he said, followed a tip-off by the Management of the San Hotel.
Police Chief Inspector Benneh said the four men had been staying in the hotel and they would wait until it was very late in the night to go out.
On their return they would engage in the smoking of dried leaves suspected to be marijuana in their rooms, filling the air with 'wee' smoke and creating discomfort for other guests in the facility.
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