The now freed drug trafficker from prison Nayele Ametefe has scheduled a date to meet Ex-President John Dramani Mahama as the first thing she will do on her arrival in the country.
Nayele Ametefe became a household name and famous in the country in 2012 when she was caught at the Kotoka International Airport for drugs trafficking. In 2015, the drug queen was sentenced into 8 and a half years in prison in the UK.
Although, he was expected to spend 8 and a half years in prison, and after serving 3 years, sources claim she has lean on Parole advantage for her jail release. Parole is a temporary release of a prisoner who agrees to certain conditions before the completion of the maximum sentence period, originating from the French ‘parole’.
Ajonafrica.com, heard of her release from jail just days ago and decided to probe into her plans once she steps into Ghana. It was by this contact that she disclosed to ajonafrica.com that, her immediate plan will be visiting the former President John Dramani Mahama.
“Right now, I have scheduled a date to meet the former president, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama. This meeting is my top priority and the main reason why I will come to Ghana very soon.” She said.
The beautiful drug queen Ghanaian woman expressed her eagerness to meet the former president but concealed what the meeting entails.
Moreover, Nayele Ametefe showed her grievances that, some top and powerful politicians have disappointed her in the misfortune that befell her in the drug business. She told ajonafrica.com that, soon, she will mention names of top political personalities who were involved in the drug trafficking which ended her in prison.
Nayele Ametefe complains that she kept her part of the deal by trying so hard to not mention any names throughout her court trials. Unfortunately, the people who sent her failed to keep their part of their promises. Adding that they couldn’t protect her family and properties whiles she served her sentence in the prison.
In the meantime, Nayele told ajonafrica.com that, she is particularly concern of meeting former President John Mahama as soon as she arrives in Ghana and she has already booked their meeting.