Aisha Huang re arrested, to face prosecution for illegal minning

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Aisha Huang re arrested
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Aisha Huang re arrested, to face prosecution for illegal minning

Godfred Yeboah Dame The Attorney General stated that the govt will prosecute Chinese Citizen Aisha Huang.

According to the AG Department, Ms. Huang will stand for trial for her past and current crime for engaging in illegal mining.

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He has requested that Aisha Huang’s case be docketed for prosecution, according to a statement on social media from the Attorney General Department and the Ministry of Justice.

Parts of the Ministry’s statement on September 6 stated that “Attorney General and Minister for Justice, Godfred Yeboah Dame, has called for the docket on En Huang, a.k.a. Aisha Huang, from the Police.

“The Ministry noted, “The Attorney General confirms that he will begin prosecution against Miss Huang, in respect of her current alleged violations as well as those of 2017, before her expulsion from Ghana in 2018.

” The popular galamsey businesswoman was a household name in Ghana five years ago but fled to her home country under bizarre circumstances.

But in the latest development, Aisha Huang, has been charged together with three others for engaging in sales and purchases of minerals without a licence.She is also separately on a provisional charge of engaging in mining without a licence.

Her plea on the two charges was reserved due to the unavailability of a Chinese interpreter when she appeared at the Circuit Court in Accra on September 1.

While Aisha Huang was arraigned last Friday with her plea yet to be taken, the remaining three – Jong Li Hua, Huang Jei and Huiad Hiahu appeared before the Circuit Court presided by His Honour Bright Acquah, on Monday, September 5.

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