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Ghana Airports Company Staff Interdicted in Alleged Cocaine Smuggling Case

The Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) has taken decisive action against its staff allegedly involved in the smuggling of 8.5 kilograms of suspected cocaine through the Kotoka International Airport on March 23, 2024.

In a press release dated April 10, GACL announced the interdiction of the implicated staff pending investigations by relevant authorities.

The statement emphasized the company’s commitment to cooperate fully with ongoing investigations.

“The Board and Management, in line with GACL’s internal administrative processes, have taken swift measures to interdict all GACL staff relevant to the investigation,” the press release stated.

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GACL’s management also issued a stern warning to all staff regarding the facilitation of passengers at the airport.

The release highlighted that failure to adhere to these rules would result in punitive measures, including summary dismissals and prosecutions by the State, in accordance with existing protocols.

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