King Of The Prisons: Kwaw Kese Applauds Gov’t, Judicial Service For Releasing Remand Prisoners

Following a Joy News documentary “Locked and Forgotten” which exposed the remand crisis in the country’s prisons, 14 remand prisoners were set free from Nsawam Prisons under the Justice for all Programme.

Controversial rapper Kwaw Kese who spent time at the Kumasi Central Prisons when he was arrested in Kumasi for smoking cannabis has commended the government of Ghana, the Judicial Services for the exercise.

In a statement on his Facebook page, he wrote, “It is certainly in the right direction since a lot of them have been waiting for years to go to trial or simply do not deserve to be there.”

He also added that,  “I will also want to encourage the above stated Institutions to do more to help decongest Ghana prisons since a lot of talent are being put to waste.”

Read Kwaw Kese’s statement below:

My People all over the prisons of Ghana and I wish to thank the Government, the Judicial Service, DFID and all Stake Holders for the release of more remand prisoners.

It is certainly in the right direction since a lot of them have been waiting in years to go to trial or simply do not deserve to be there.

I will also want to encourage the above stated Institutions to do more to help decongest the Ghana prisons since a lot of talent are being put to waste.

My team and I are coming up with various projects geared at developing the various prisons. We also thank the people of Ghana for showing concern since nobody knows when that day will come for him or her to be there. Being convicted or jailed is something one cannot easily forget.

Thank you. Kwaw Kese – KING OF THE PRISONS

By GhanaGist.Com

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