The Ghana Immigration Service, Nyive sector in the Volta region through an operation have retrieved sacks of illegal drugs (weed). The sacks were hidden in a bush in a village called Atikpui close to the Togo border.
A Royal motorcycle was packed beside the drugs and seemed to have been used to convey the drugs to the area. A total of 1,490 of the illegal drugs were retrieved after it was found packed in many different parcels.
The immigration commander for Nyive sector, Chief Supt Alhaji Abdulai Zakari applauded his men for responding to him when be called on them for this needed operation. He added that his men responded and worked swiftly and within a few minutes, the illegal item was found.
He disclosed that he had monitored the activities of those involved in the sale of illegal drugs in the area for some time hence it was not a surprise that those items were found. He assured the public that he and his men will work tirelessly to arrest the people responsible for hiding these illegal drugs in the bush.
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