According to him, he was detained on June 4, 2011 in Kumasi for drug peddling and afterwards moved to the notorious Nsawam jail.
Instead than functioning as a deterrent to people who do bad things, the ex-convict explained that prison is a place that encourages bad behavior.
He revealed, among other things, that gayism is rampant in prison.
“I thought prison was a place that helps people to change from their bad deeds, but instead, it’s a ground that motivates one to do these bad deeds,” he said.
Including that “What is worse, gayism in prison is on the rise. It is all over the place. Longer-serving inmates frequently kidnap newcomers and get them to sleep with them. They (longer serving inmates) treat them well from the start, so they can not say no when it is time to sleep with them (the newcomers).”
All of these acts happen under the watchful eye of jail guards, according to the ex-convict.
“Everything that happens in there is known to the officers,” he stated.
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