Sakawa snake spotted inside a Ghana Must Go at Madina in a new video.
The purpose of the snake was not stated but we know very well that no zoo or animal farm operator would transport such a snake in a Ghana Must Go bag.
The incident according to our sources close to the matter happened last Saturday afternoon.
In a video seen by adepanews.com, a snake was discovered in a bag on a hot afternoon.
It was reported that a young porter, popularly known as Kayayo, was only going about her work when she meet a customer who asked paid for her service.
But halfway through the journey, she realised the customer was out of sight.
She then decided to drop the bag and find out what was contained in the bag only to see the shock of her life, a very huge snake.
Apart from the snake , she also discovered some panties and bras belonging to women.
“She didn’t turn to snake rather the snake was in the load she carried. she got to the traffic but couldn’t find the person’s load she was carrying,”
“She heard something shaking in the bag so she dropped the thing down and she tried opening the bag then this is what she saw.”
Have a look at the video below.
Also, Ghana Police arrest suspected drug dealers in Berekum during a swoop.
According to the police, a raid by the command targeting various sites in the region suspected of being criminal hideouts resulted in the arrest of five people accused of possessing Indian hemp.
Felix Nyarko, 18, Ernest Atta Yeboah, 22, Emmanuel Darko, 22, Gideon Nketiah, 22, and Fredrick Takyi, 20, are among the accused.
They have been taken into custody by the police for further investigation.
The Bono Regional Police PRO, ASP Kingsley Augustine Oppong who confirmed the arrest said that;
“The Berekum District Command conducted a targeted swoop at certain locations in the township suspected to be criminal hideouts. In all, 5 suspects were rounded up. Exhibits suspected to be Indian hemp were retrieved.”
“We are going to use these exhibits against them in the law court. Berekum is fast becoming notorious for drug peddling. We have decided and are committed to clamp down on these activities”