A Coast Awashed with Drugs: Political Complicity May Be?

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

CocaineWest Africa is becoming notorious for drug peddlers. As drug routes in Latin America, Europe and Asia become narrow, drug barons have found a haven in West Africa. West Africans are worried with what seems like political acquiescence, especially when in the case of Ghana, cocaine haulage could be missing under the watchful eyes of Police Chiefs or in some laughable circumstances turn into dried cassava flour. But the consequences of these drugs could fuel armed conflicts and armed robbery.

Read how similar circumstances are playing out in Guinea-Bissau…