A Nigerian man identified as Lord MacNoble, has cried out from a cell in Accra he is illegally detained in by Ghana Drug Authorities.
According to the Lord MacNoble, the operatives of Ghana Drug Authorities found no drug on him but insisted on searching his phone which made him miss his KLM flight. He added that they have his phone, but forgot he has an iPad in his bag.
Read his tweets below;
I am being illegally detained by ghana drugs authority in accra. They found no drugs but are insisting they search my phone. Please help rt to the appropriate quarters. I missed my klm flight already
I am in a cell in their office. They have my phone but forgot i have an ipad in my bag with me
My crime now is recording a conversation with their officer who threatened to „deal with me“ for being sarcastic. Now they want access to my phones or i will be here forever
They are saying they don’t want the content on my phone to go online so i either open my phone or they will keep me and i wont have any legal help
This follows up our report of a man who was accused wrongly of rape and murder of a 15 year old girl, and eventually sentenced to jail. He was released after spending 18 years behind bars.
Tomasz Komenda, 42, was wrongly convicted of the brutal rape and murder of the girl in south-western Poland in 1997. He was wrongly convicted as a result of the leak in the judicial system in the country, which failed to carry out the right investigations behind the crime committed. Following a review, Poland’s Supreme Court acquitted Mr Komenda and stated that he could not have been responsible for the slaying.
Justice minister Zbigniew Ziobro, who personally ordered a review of the case, said the acquittal showed that the mistakes of the justice system can be corrected.