The Chinese galamsey Queen, Aisha Huang, believes she is protected by some incriminating information she has on officials in the country, which explains her behavior, according to Dr Ishmael Norman, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Institute for Security, Disaster, and Emergency Studies.
Dr Norman believes the National Minister has a lot of questions to answer about how the office missed the fact that she had returned to the country for weeks.
Dr Norman stated on the Ghana Tonight show on TV3 on Tuesday, September 6, “This shows that the computer or data is not interoperable with National Security and Police.” They should have been able to apprehend her at the point of entry.”
“The immigration service is a little confused about how they should handle Aisha.”
“I won’t hold it against Immigration Service, but I will hold it against National Security.” Why didn’t the National Security Agency provide the information?”
“If she were a terrorist, she could have caused damage in the country over the last two weeks,” he told host Alfred Ocansey.
“She is aware that she is protected by any incriminating information she may have on officials,” he added.
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