Well the Saying that were there is no law there is offence or jail time, simply put Law and Order works hand in hand and that same Law has been put in place in one of africa’s most productive country called Ghana.
Well according to Misstechy.com:
Following the strict regulation and cost (about $4,000) that entail owning and flying a drone in Nigeria, Ghana has followed suit by issuing a new law that prohibits anyone from flying an unregistered drone in the country. Failure to comply could result in a 5 to 30-year jail term. The report, which was gathered from a Ghanaian source via QZ Africa claims that the country has commenced registration process for drones.
According to the GCAA (Ghana’s Civil Aviation Authority) director general, Simon Allotey:
“There are several enforcement actions including withdrawal of permit to fly the drone, “You could be convicted up to a 30-year jail term.” The new policy is also expected to spell out areas “unapproved” for drone operation.
He further explained that it is imperative for the authority to maintain sanity in Ghana’s airspace to prevent loss of lives.
So in other words please if you leave in Ghana don’t try a drone test run, you could be facing the real deal in jail for another 30 years…