Aisha Huang has the intent of shielding guilty accomplices

The Minority in Parliament has called the government’s attempts to shield top officials implicated in the Aisha Huang illegal mining case “embarrassing.” According to the report, such individuals “involved in this cruel conspiracy against our republic” should have been fired and charged alongside the ‘galamsey’ queen. A statement issued by Minority Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, stated all of the charges leveled against Aisha H...[Read More]

Galamsey Kingpin considers another bail application

Aisha Huang, the embattled Chinese galamsey businesswoman, is considering filing another bail application in response to the Attorney General’s new charges. She may also be taking her case to the Court of Appeal. Last week, her lawyer, Nkrabea Effah Dartey, revealed this on TV3’s News 360. It came after the Attorney General and Minister of Justice revisited her High Court case. Aisha Huang was charged with four counts in an Accra High Court on Friday, September 16. The first is that ...[Read More]

Aisha Huang re-arrested in Ghana for illegal mining

Aisha Huang, the ‘galamsey kingpin’ deported in 2019, has returned to Ghana and has been re-arrested for illegal mining. She was charged with two counts: mining without a license and engaging in the sale and purchase of minerals without a valid license. She was detained alongside three other people: Johng Li Hua, Huang Jei, and Huaid Hai Hun. Last Friday, Aisha Huang and her associates appeared in an Accra Circuit Court. According to the Ghana News Agency (GNA), the court upheld Aish...[Read More]