State Prosecutors say unraveling the thriller surrounding ‘galamsey’ kingpin, Aishà Huang’s entry into the country will be a herculean job even for the courtroom.

Detective Chief Inspector (DCI) Frederick Sarpong told an Accra Circuit that Miss Huang herself couldn’t even tell how she entered the country.

“A1 (Aishà Huang) has a history of sneaking in and out of the country at her will. My Lord as the accused, as A1 stands, she herself cannot even tell the court how she managed to enter this country,” he told the courtroom on Wednesday.

Aisha Huang cannot even tell how she entered Ghana - Prosecutors to Court
Aisha Huang is standing trial for some illegalities in Ghana’s mining sector [Photocredit: David Andoh]

This was the premise of the Prosecutor’s insistence that the courtroom granting her bail will show very problematic for investigations.

He described her as somebody able to interfering with investigations. The police prosecutor additionally revealed new suspects had been arrested as a part of its ongoing investigations.

This was a response to a bail request by lead Counsel for Aishà Huang Nkrabea Effah Dartey. Mr Dartey had urged the courtroom to give that means to the rule of regulation by granting all 4 accused individuals bail.

“Let the law work. On the facts before you, I pray you admit each of them to bail. We know that if you admit them it doesn’t mean they are innocent”.

Aisha Huang has been charged alongside fellow Chinese Nationals Johng Li Hua, Huang Jei and Huaid Halhun. They are all accused of partaking in mining with out license and interesting within the sale and buy of minerals with no license.

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