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I’M NOT STILL CERTAIN AISHA HUANG WAS IN FACT EXPELLED – PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADDO

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Report by Edward FRIMPONG
“I’m not still certain if she (Aisha Huang) was as a matter of fact ousted or whether she escaped the country the initial time, and has now returned”, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said.
In a radio meeting with Stone City in the Volta Locale, President Akufo-Addo said, “…but whatever, there actually appear to be some vulnerability about it, however, it is, she has turned into some kind of epithet for all that galamsey addresses and tragically, for the contribution of Chinese nationals in Ghana.”
President Akufo-Addo was speaking concerning En Huang, a Chinese National, prominently known as Aisha Huang, said to be engaged with various unlawful mining [galamsey] exercises in Ghana.
She was arrested in the past on many occasions for taking part in unlawful mining and but managed to escape lawful custody.
The last time she was arrested in 2017/2018. She was summoned yet got away from the indictment because of the recording of a nolle prosequi by the prosecution.
At the time, she was said to have been deported o her home country.
Over the past  fourteen days it has emerged that she is back in Ghana and has again been arrested for taking part in unlawful mining.
She has been summoned at an Accra Circuit Court with some other accomplices and has been remanded in police custody.
The Attorney-General and Minister of Justice have vowed to arraign her for the main offenses before 2018 notwithstanding the upgraded one.
President Akufo-Addo is this week in the Volta Region for a visit to review progressing tasks and to commission finished ones.
The President has been granting interviews on his rounds to answer questions  public issues.
So when on Tuesday, the issue of the Chinese public En “Aisha” Huang came up in the radio meeting, the President replied and raised questions about the idea of her deportation.

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