Hong Kong Customs seizes 15kg of liquid cocaine from Brazil
This is the real story of a drug mule.
In 2019, I got an email that I would receive a compensation fund of $35,000,000 USD from the IMF, that I must travel to another country for processing and signing documents. I was told ‘RO’ is the administrative officer who’s handling my case. RO communicated with me on email and Whatsapp.
Warning! Warning!! Warning!!!
Time is too precious, use yours wisely. Open your eyes and ears, think carefully before you accept any offer of quick riches.
Almost everybody would jump at the kind of offer that can change their lives without much struggle. But I am here to advise you to STOP! – think carefully whenever such an offer comes knocking at your door. I am a big victim. I was deceived into bringing dangerous drugs into Hong Kong.
I am from Africa, I come from a middle class family. I am participating in the campaign “No More Mules” to call attention to this plight. I was tricked and used a mule by a man of Nigerian nationality, who took advantage of my job in trade and commerce.
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A warning to all South Africans and the rest of the world
I am a 36 year-old mother of four. I am a single mother who was struggling to raise my children. Things were not easy for me to provide their needs. I am a high school dropout which made it hard for me to get a job, so I did part-time jobs as a domestic worker and also had a small business buying and selling second-hand clothes and hair products to provide for my children. My dream was to give them a good education.
I am an African woman from Kenya, and a single parent. I want to tell my story to let my countrymen and the world know about drug trafficking.
As a single parent with two children life was not easy. I worked in all types of jobs to put food on the table and to give my children a basic education. In my struggle, a lady friend asked me if I would be willing to work in another country for a good pay. It would change my life.
In April 2019, a friend called me, asking me to help him bring a backpack from Macau to Hong Kong. He said he was not available to do it himself, and would give me $10,000 as remuneration when done. For the money – as well as for helping my friend – I brought the backpack to Hong Kong. In Macau, I asked him repeatedly what drug it was. He assured me that it was just medicinal powder.
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