I’m not sure Aisha Huang was deported from Ghana – Akufo-Addo
With growing concerns about the activities of Aisha Huang, a notorious Chinese lady in Ghana, aka the ‘galamsey queen’, President Akufo-Addo says he is unsure she was initially deported from the country.
According to him, her re-emergence raises concerns about whether she left Ghana in the first place.
Speaking on a Ho-based radio station, as part of his tour of the Volta Region, he expressed reservation about the nefarious activities of Aisha Huang and affirmed his support for her prosecution.
“I’m not still sure whether she was in fact deported. Or whether she fled the country the first time and has now come back. There still seems to be some uncertainty about it.
But whichever way it is, she’s become the sort of nickname for all that galamsey represents”, he said.
In his view, efforts to clamp down on illegal mining have seen a massive improvement under his watch as President.
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The President, therefore, urged Ghanaians to sustain the momentum in dealing with the menace.
“The efforts have brought a lot of fruits first of all. Galamsey is now a subject of national discussion. Everywhere you go, there’s this matter of galamsey. We’ve at least achieved this purpose of heightening consciousness about it as an evil.
Following this development, there have been rife public concerns about the activities of the Chinese lady in Ghana.
But the Attorney General says his outfit will deal swiftly with the issue and bring her and all collaborators to book.