A 26-year-old Centenary woman who was found with twists of dagga stashed in her washing basket has been convicted by a Concession magistrate today.
Chipo Chiusalaka of Bardhood farm, Centenary was sentenced to 10 months in jail by magistrate Mr Joshua Nembaware.
He suspended six months on the condition of good behavior.
The court heard that on April 5 the police received a tip-off that Chiusakala was drug peddling.
She led the police into her room and handed over a black plastic bag that was hidden in a washing basket with two twists of dagga in it.
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