School teacher in cocaine deal
A school teacher of the Municipal Secondary School has been netted by the police for allegedly taking part in the trade of cocaine.
A sizeable number of teachers of the Municipal Secondary School this past Friday lined up for statements owing to the alleged involvement of a colleague teacher in the trade of a dangerous drug – cocaine.
Teacher Mohamed Suma, police sources say, has had his hands in the trafficking and sale of cocaine time and time again.
It all came out after personnel of Ross Road Police caught at Mohamed along Frederick Street and consequently arrested him for possession of 50 kilograms of cocaine.
His arrest prompted police investigators to invite senior teachers of the Municipal Secondary School to contemporaneously interview them on issues attached to the arrest of teacher Mohamed.
Solomon Saidu, Abdul Hassan Alie and two others (teachers of Municipal Secondary School) have all explained their sides to the police.
Inspector Tucker, the officer in charge of crime, told Sierra Express Media that the arrest of teacher Mohamed came due to tip off that the latter is a notorious drug pusher.
Mohamed’s dealings in the trade of cocaine have had him abandon the classroom and spending time with drug pushers at a ghetto along Fredrick Street.
Police disclosure says it was at Fredrick Street Mohamed where he meets his Nigerian counterpart for the supply of consignments of cocaine.
It is disclosed that the police planted a JSS2 pupil of Municipal Secondary School against the school teacher.
That the JSS2 school pupil sends signal to the police (in civil attire) and Mohamed was eventually arrested with 50 kilograms of cocaine.
Mohamed’s Nigerian cocaine counterpart cunningly plunged into a crowded gathering cleverly avoiding being caught by the overrunning police.
It is confirmed that Mohamed was arrested with a plastic bag (Ghana must go) into which was a sealed brown cartoon.
He is currently with the police helping them in their investigation.
The police have put out a warrant for the arrest of Mohamed’s Nigerian cocaine counterpart.
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