Kwaw Kese has reacted to the viral video which had Popcaan smoking Marijuana in front of a Ghana Police officer without him getting arrested.
Hiplife artiste, Kwaw Kese, on 24-11-2014 was arrested by the police in Kumasi, for allegedly smoking cannabis in public.
He was arrested at a wine shop close to Plus Two pub at Nhyiaseo, a suburb of Kumasi.
He spent weeks behind bars and was really given a hellish punishment until he changed for the better.
Just minutes ago, Celebrities Hype shared a post on Popcaan smoking the illegal substance right in front of a Police Officer who watched him unconcerned.
Feeling a sharp pain with regard to his experience under similar circumstances, Kwaw Kese took to Instagram to blast the Ghana Police Service.
He said it seems the law is partial on foreigners because of bribe and works fully on citizens.
“Only in Ghana foreigners Can fuck up like this . When @kwawkese smoked in public he was arrested . So this means our Law set only to control on the citizens but foreigners are free To Go ..the most painful part is Ghana police . None of them was able to speak the truth out because of the small coins which will be given out .. Ooh Ghana .”
Many people are supporting him.
This is what the laws of Ghana say about the possession of marijuana:
“(1) Any person who, without lawful authority, proof of which shall be on him, has in his possession or under his control any narcotic drug commits an offence.
(2) Any person found guilty of an offence under subsection (1) shall on conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term of not less than ten years.”
And below is what the law says on the use of Marijuana:
“(1) No person shall without lawful authority or excuse smoke, sniff, consume, inject in his body or otherwise administer narcotic drug on his body.
(2) Any person who without lawful authority injects any person with, or in any manner administers narcotic drug to any person commits an offence.
(3) A person convicted for an offence under subsection (1) or (2) is liable to be sentenced to imprisonment for a term of not less than five years.”