logo

Aisha’s Ghanaian husband can’t be found – Prosecution


Print

Aisha - galamsey woman.jpg

By
Morkporkpor Anku, GNA

Accra, July 21, GNA – The
Prosecution in the illegal mining case involving En Huang, aka Aisha Hung, and
four other Chinese nationals, has told the Accra High Court that Aisha’s
supposed Ghanaian husband is nowhere to be found.

Mrs Yvonne Atakora
Oboubisa, the Director of Public Prosecutions, told the Court that all efforts
to reach the supposed husband of Aisha

By
Morkporkpor Anku, GNA

Accra, July 21, GNA – The
Prosecution in the illegal mining case involving En Huang, aka Aisha Hung, and
four other Chinese nationals, has told the Accra High Court that Aisha’s
supposed Ghanaian husband is nowhere to be found.

Mrs Yvonne Atakora
Oboubisa, the Director of Public Prosecutions, told the Court that all efforts
to reach the supposed husband of Aisha had proved futile.

“Our investigation has
shown that the supposed husband holds three passports of different countries,”
she added.

Aisha has been charged
with undertaking small-scale mining operations, contrary to Section 99 (1) of
the Minerals and Mining Act, 2006, (Act 703), and providing mining support
services without valid registration with the Minerals Commission, contrary to
Section 59 and 99 (2) of the Minerals and Mining Act.

She has also been
charged with the illegal employment of foreign nationals, contrary to Section
24 of the Immigration Act, 200 (Act 573) and Regulation 18(1) of the Ghana
Immigration Regulations, 2001 (L.I.1691).

The four other accused
persons are Gao Jin Cheng, Lu Qi Ju, Haibin Gao and Zhang Zhipeng. They have
been charged with disobedience of the directive given under the Immigration Act
2000 (Act 573).

GNA


Please follow and like us:

Share
#

Write a comment

2+4 = ?