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Aisha Huang’s scanty, narrow charges protecting accomplices in high places- Ablakwa

Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa says the charges preferred against galamsey queen, Aisha Huang in court are deliberately scanty, narrow, and superficial with the obvious intention of protecting guilty accomplices in high places.

“When nobody in authority is punished for this international disgrace and for this grand scheme which has left our environment and water bodies destroyed, the only logical interpretation is that national leadership, right from the Presidency is complicit,” this was contained in a Facebook post by Ablakwa.

He further revealed that the notorious galamsey queen, Aisha Huang had her footprints in Ghana since February 27, 2019 despite the dubious deportation claims by Ghanaian authorities.

It recently emerged at the Criminal Division of the Accra High Court that galamsey kingpin Aisha Huang was airlifted to China on an Ethiopian Airlines when she was repatriated on December 19, 2018.

The court was also told that the notorious galamsey queen was repatriated at about 12:50pm in an Economy Class flight while her documents were handed over to the Captain to be given to her upon arrival at her destination.

But a tweet by the North Tongu lawmaker has uncovered more discrepancies in the account given by authorities in court.

Per the information given by the MP, Aisha Huang was still lurking on the shores of Ghana three months after her supposed deportation.

According to the MP, there are indeed “More bombshell discoveries on the Aisha Huang scandal: including her alleged “different identities from her China Card, Ghana Card & 2 Chinese Passports”

Meanwhile, it has also come to light that there are records of the Chinese national’s busy Ghana-Togo travels, Ablakwa said in his tweet.

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