In 2003 a quarter of all female inmates in Mountjoy were South africans, sent to Ireland as drug mules by Nigerians
'The Nigerians were telling us that when you get caught in Ireland you stay in prison for two years and when you go back the prison authorities send you home with £40 000. So it didnt bother me - if I got caught, with that money I could do a lot in South Africa.'
from here'He said that when I got here I had to take a taxi to the Post Office - the General Post Office. And then I had to call a number in South Africa. From there, theyll give me further instructions.