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Trial of Chinese illegal miners to begin on July 12


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LAW & ORDER

By
Morkporkpor Anku, GNA

Accra, July 6, GNA – An Accra High Court has
adjourned the case involving En Huang aka Aisha Hung and four other Chinese for
their alleged involvement in illegal mining in the country to July 12 for trial
to commence.

When the case was called in court on Thursday,
Madam Mercy Arthur, Senior State Attorney prayed the court to substitute the
facts sheets with another one

By
Morkporkpor Anku, GNA

Accra, July 6, GNA – An Accra High Court has
adjourned the case involving En Huang aka Aisha Hung and four other Chinese for
their alleged involvement in illegal mining in the country to July 12 for trial
to commence.

When the case was called in court on Thursday,
Madam Mercy Arthur, Senior State Attorney prayed the court to substitute the
facts sheets with another one. 

This is the third time the State has
substituted the charge sheet.

Mr Charles Owusu Juanah, the counsel for the
accused persons, told the court that they have found the two missing passports
of the second and third accused persons and submitted them to the courts
registry.

The court presided over by Mr Charles Edward
Ekow Baiden called for the registrar and in open court testified that the two
passports have been tendered to him.

The court being satisfied with all the three
conditions admitted the second and third accused persons to bail.

GNA


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