An inmate at the Afram planes in the Eastern Region, Kwesi Donkor, has disclosed that his wife and children are not aware of his imprisonment.
He explained that he had traveled from another village to visit his friend, Baba Iddrisu, who was involved in the charcoal trade.
During his visit, he found his friend accused of charcoal theft and joined him at the police station to offer support.
Unfortunately, both he and his friend were implicated and detained for 18 months despite their efforts to prove their innocence.
Remarkably, none of the people he resides with or his immediate family members are aware of his imprisonment.
“They are not aware at all that I am in prison. Even the people living in my neighbourhood currently are not aware of my whereabout. My wife and children living far away from me are also not aware that i am in prison,” Kwesi Donkor told host, Mr. Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, on Crime Check Tv’s “Time with the prisoner show.”
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