Christian Valley Family Charged With Drugs Possession

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On  Saturday, police arrested and jointly charged 76yr-old Osei Kenyatta Elihu, 25yr-old Efuru Adaze Elihu and 19yr-old Moussourourah Elihu of Christian Valley with Possession of 33 pounds of Cannabis, Possession with intent to transfer, and being concerned in the supplying of Cannabis.

They were further charged with cultivation of 1100 cannabis plants, and Possession of 1100 cannabis plants with intent to transfer.


Police officers attached to Narcotics Department conducted a drugs eradication operation in Christian Valley, and came across three cannabis cultivation.

The plants were uprooted and taken to Police Headquarters, along the family. The substance carries an estimated street value of $266,000. They are expected to appear before the Court later this week.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Wait are we really serious with this shit are we …the government borrowing money to pay staff selling and also giving awayball of our lands passing all kind of laws incriminate it citizens,but the law that could help poor people they still have on the books. Time to legalize this god given plant stop harassing poor people need to start fighting back u kill one of my plant i …..time to fight back the country could me making billions but they wasting millions fighting a plant lol

  2. Wow, I thought they stopped harrasssing the rastamen and their families for the weed!!! What the hell is going on in this country? The PM even went as far as apologizing to the Rasta community and now they (police) still advantaging the dreadlocks?????
    ONLY IN ANU!!

  3. Come on Prime Minister. I watched you at the nyabinghi ceremony and was thinking about honouring you in calypso. Dear Prime Minister revoke these backward unconstitutional rules and release my brother Osei and daughters. I want to “have a change of heart”
    Cuthbert Best Jawara Williams

  4. The police are just doing what they are told whether it makes sense or not.
    They enforce the rules of the cooperation.

    We are more than they, we can stop this easily.

    Bind ourselves together and go for our brothers and sisters and bring them home.

    If only we were civilized, we would know this. But we are not civilized so we do not know this.

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