The re-entry of Chinese galamsey Queen, Aisha Huang, to Ghana, according to Dr Vladimir Antwi-Danso, Dean of the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC), smacks of disrespect for the country and its laws.
According to Dr Antwi-Danso, Ghanaian authorities must send a clear message to all foreigners to follow the laws of the land.
He explained that being deported simply means that the person is no longer needed in the country until the state issues an official invitation to return.
Dr Antwi-Danso stated on the Ghana Tonight show with Alfred Ocansey on TV3 on Tuesday, September 6, “either she has the backing of some officials or she believes the country is so corrupt that she can have her way.”
[Her re-entry] demonstrates disrespect for Ghanaians and our country. When you are deported, you are declared persona non grata, meaning you are not wanted in the country until you are invited in. “She treated us with such contempt, we should let all foreigners know that we are a country to be respected.”
On Monday, September 5, an Accra Circuit Court remanded four Chinese nationals in custody for alleged involvement in illegal small-scale mining.
The three suspects, Jong Li Huang, Huang Jei, and Huiad Hua, pleaded not guilty in court to a charge of engaging in mineral sales and purchases without a license.
Aisha Huang, who was deported after being involved in galamsey activities, is facing charges of selling and purchasing minerals without a license, as well as mining without a license.
She is said to have returned to the country under a new name. She reportedly applied for a Togo Visa and crossed into Ghana to continue her galamsey business in an Ashanti Region town.
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