Nyawali said the DEC is saddened with the increasing number of women getting arrested for drug trafficking and would like to appeal to the private sector to help in sensitising the public particularly women on the dangers of drug trafficking.
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‘Investigations have shown that she was recruited by her Zambian friend who is based in South Africa and is part of a cartel that is recruiting unsuspecting women to courier drugs on their behalf’, said Nyawali.
He said Mulimine risks a jail sentence of 20 years if convicted.