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Cocaine Saga: UK High Commission Statement "Most Undiplomatic" - Kwesi Pratt

Cocaine Saga: UK High Commission Statement "Most Undiplomatic" - Kwesi Pratt

Ace journalist Kwesi Pratt Junior has described as “most undiplomatic” the statement by the British High Commission denying any collaboration with the Narcotics Control Board in the arrest of the Ghanaian woman with cocaine in London.

According to him the move by the Commission is inappropriate in diplomatic relations.

A statement by the British Commission, Friday, countered an early statement by Ghana’s anti-drug agency, NACOB, that they worked together with their British counterparts to arrest Nayele Ametefeh who left the Kotoka International Airport with 12 kilograms of cocaine but was arrested at the Heathrow Airport in the UK.

Commenting on the development, the Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper said: “I want to believe that the statement is not true, but if it is true, then it will be most undiplomatic”.

“How come the British will be saying these things when Ghana has always collaborated with them on matters like this? We must be careful with all these ambassadors, they are misbehaving,” Pratt fumed on Radio Gold's Alhaji and Alhaji Saturday.

Meanwhile President John Mahama has dissolved the governing board of the Narcotics Control Board.

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