A gangster who claimed he had turned his life around has been jailed for smuggling heroine [sic] and mobile phone SIM cards into prison.

Mikey Giwa, 23 of Lancing Road, Croydon, was sentenced to 30 months in prison at Woolwich Crown Court yesterday after he was caught trying to smuggling three mobile phone SIM cars and a wrap of heroin into Belmarsh prison on November 1 last year.

He denied the crimes but was found guilty of two charges of conveying articles into prison at Woolwich Crown Court in June.

Giwa was a prominent member of the notorious Don’t Say Nothing but he claimed he had turned his back on gang life and told the Croydon Guardian in May he was working with anti-knives organisation Lives Not Knives (LNK).

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