Drug trafficker Nayele Ametefe has been released from jail in the UK for good behaviour after serving two-and-half years of an eight-year-eight-month prison sentence.
The Ghanaian-Austrian citizen was convicted on her own plea by the Isleworth Crown Court on 6 January 2015 after she was caught at the Heathrow Airport for drug trafficking.
Sources within her family have told ClassFMonline.com that she has decided to go to Austria and live the rest of her life there without any intentions whatsoever of coming back to Ghana.
35-year-old Nayele smuggled 12.5kg of cocaine worth $1.9million through the VVIP of the Kotoka International Airport in 2014 but was caught in the UK upon arrival.
While in prison, the government of Ghana confiscated all properties belonging to the mother-of-three on suspicion that she used proceeds from drugs trafficking to acquire them.