An Accra Circuit Court on Friday remanded one Daniel Addo, unemployed, for supplying narcotic drugs without lawful authority.
Daniel pleaded not guilty to the charge but was remanded by the court presided over by Mr Aboagye Tandor.
He is to reappear on March 11, for trial.
Earlier, the prosecutor, Police Chief Inspector Kwabena Adu, told the court that the complainants are police personnel and community police assistants stationed at Gbawe, while the accused person is unemployed and lives at Langba near Kokrobite.
He said on February 17, the complainants received information that the accused person had substances suspected to be narcotic drug in his custody.
The police then proceeded to his ghetto and found the substance with him.
The prosecution told the court that Daniel was arrested and sent to the police station, and in his caution statement admitted possessing the Indian hemp, stating that he had been distributing it to his friends who needed it to smoke.
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