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E/R Police impound bags of ‘wee’ branded with MTN logo

The Akropong Divisional Police Command in the Eastern Region on Wednesday intercepted truckload of dried leaves suspected to be Indian hemp.

Some of illegal products were squarely wrapped with MTN logo while others were parceled with cement bags in an attempt to obscure highway police officers.

Speaking to pressmen Friday, Head of the Akropong Police Command, Chief Superintendent Charles Kofi Adu said the police were on their normal patrols on the Asseseaso- Somanya road where the truck plied and they made the arrest.

Chief Superintedent Adu disclosed that there were three passengers including the driver who abandoned the Hyundai truck with registration number WR 3991-14.

According to him, 64 bags of cement loaded on the bags of wee on the truck, only served as smokescreens. He added that the truck contained 10 MTN branded parcels, 35 cartons and 84 other slaps all fully loaded with weed. Supt. Adu added that investigation was ongoing and that all attempts will be made to arrest suspects who are at large.
E/R Police impound bags of ‘wee’ branded with MTN logo
May 06, 2016 at 2:56pm
The Akropong Divisional Police Command in the Eastern Region on Wednesday intercepted truckload of dried leaves suspected to be Indian hemp.

Some of illegal products were squarely wrapped with MTN logo while others were parceled with cement bags in an attempt to obscure highway police officers.

Speaking to pressmen Friday, Head of the Akropong Police Command, Chief Superintendent Charles Kofi Adu said the police were on their normal patrols on the Asseseaso- Somanya road where the truck plied and they made the arrest.

Chief Superintedent Adu disclosed that there were three passengers including the driver who abandoned the Hyundai truck with registration number WR 3991-14.

According to him, 64 bags of cement loaded on the bags of wee on the truck, only served as smokescreens. He added that the truck contained 10 MTN branded parcels, 35 cartons and 84 other slaps all fully loaded with weed. Supt. Adu added that investigation was ongoing and that all attempts will be made to arrest suspects who are at large.

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