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Hot water, pepper and oil, you have your light soup – Nhyiraba Kojo shares prison experience

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Musician and owner of NK City night club, Nhyiraba Kojo, has expressed his criticism of the quality of food being served to prisoners in the country.

He highlighted that instead of being provided with soup or stew, the inmates are given banku (a Ghanaian dish) along with hot water and oil.

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According to him, the inmates have to grind their own pepper, add salt and spices, and mix it with the hot water and oil to create a light soup.

Nhyiraba Kojo

Nhyiraba Kojo believes that the allocated amount of ₵1.80p per inmate is insufficient to provide them with nutritious food.

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He has urged philanthropists to come to the aid of inmates in improving their food conditions.

His revelation come after serving two weeks prison term for contempt of court.


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