A dawn swoop by the Ashaiman Divisional Police Command on Friday led to the arrest of a couple who operate a chop bar and allegedly use wee for the preparation of light soup for public consumption
This soup is popularly called “nkrampi or light sanja (Wee light soup).
This comes a few months after the Police discovered the substances suspected to be Indian hemp used for the preparation of toffees.
The operation which took place at 3:00 a.m. led by the Ashaiman Divisional Police Commander, Chief Superintendent Fleance Adika led to the arrest of the couple, Eric Semey, 37, and his wife, Agnes Nartey, 32.
The couple who operate a drinking spot in New York in the Kpone Katamanso District were arrested for selling narcotic drugs to the public.
A search conducted in their drinking spot and room revealed pots of soup, four compressed slabs and 112 wrappers and quantities of dried leaves suspected to be Indian hemp,69 pieces of toffees and a bottle of drink all believed to have been prepared with narcotic drugs.
A pair of scissors, a knife, one cutlass, two packs of smoking filters, all believed to be used for the preparation of narcotic drugs for sale.
The suspects are currently in the custody of the Ashaiman Police while investigations continue.
From Dzifa Tetteh, Ashaiman.