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Aisha Huang likely to face 24 months imprisonment.

Aisha Huang likely to face 24 months imprisonment.
Aisha Huang

En Huang, also known as Aisha Huang, a deported entrepreneur who reportedly entered Ghana again to start mining without a permit, might spend 24 months in jail if proven guilty of violating Ghana Immigration Service laws.

After facing trial for illicit mining operations, the State filed a nolle prosequi (an attempt to suspend a trial) in 2018, leading to Aisha's deportation.

According to research done by the Ghana News Agency, if it is determined that she violated the nation's immigration laws, she may spend 24 months in prison.

The interior minister and court orders are used to carry out deportations.

After the deportation procedure has been contested in court, they may be cancelled, revoked, or retracted.

Aisha, according to security sources re-entered Ghana through Togo after changing some details on her passport. Sources at the GIS said the service was currently building a case to “clarify” her mode of entry into the country.

On September 6, 2022, the Office of the Attorney-General in a tweet said: “The Attorney-General has called for the new docket on En Huang, aka Aisha regarding offences she is suspected to have committed.”

“The AG-will also re-initiate prosecution in respect of the old offences for which she was standing trial before her deportation in 2018.”

Aisha was charged with mining without a permit last Friday and put into detention. According to reports, she mined illegally at Bepotenten in the Ashanti Region's Amansie West.

In addition, she is accused of buying and selling minerals in Accra without a permit. Due to the lack of a Chinese translator at the court, Aisha had her plea reserved.

The same court heard testimony from her suspected accomplices who had also engaged in the illegal sale and acquisition of minerals.

They are Huaid Hun, Johng Li Hua, and Huang Jei. The three were remanded into jail after contesting the accusation and are scheduled to appear again on September 14.

Source: ghananews.hrforum.uk

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