An accused crack cocaine dealer, Nayele Ametefe, was arrested for allegedly utilizing the 'Presidential Lounge' of Ghana's International Airport as a 'Crack House.'
The BBC News reports that, "Ghana's opposition has called for a parliamentary inquiry into allegations that a suspected cocaine trafficker had access to the presidential lounge at the country's main airport. The alleged trafficker was arrested in the UK, while three officials have been charged in Ghana."
Apparently, the crack cocaine dealer had close connections with Ghana President John Mahama in order to obtain access to the so-called 'Presidential Lounge Crack House.'
According to the BBC, "The case has gripped Ghanaians, as the opposition and governing party trade accusations of drug-dealing. West Africa is a major transit-point for smuggling cocaine to Europe."
Nevertheless, President Mahama continues to deny that anyone in his family has connections with the alleged crack cocaine dealer.
To read the entire article from the BBC News, link Here: Ghana's NPP calls for inquiry after London cocaine bust.
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