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Aisha Huang’s husband is a successful Ghanaian entrepreneur. A Legal Representative


Sep 15, 2022

Aisha Huang’s husband is a successful Ghanaian entrepreneur. A Legal Representative


Aisha Huang, the Chinese galamsey queen at the center of an international scandal, is married to a Ghanaian, according to her attorney.


The husband of Mr. Nkrabeah Effah Dartey’s client is a businessman, he claimed.



He claims that Ms. Huang’s spouse has a Master’s degree from a school in China.


He divulged this information in an interview broadcast on Citi FM on September 14 in Accra, Ghana.


“It’s no secret that she wed a Ghanaian. This much I know about her through her Chinese-educated Ghanaian husband, who runs a successful business in Kumasi and holds a Master’s degree from a university in China.


“He came to my office to hire me as an attorney,” he said.


The issue surrounding Aisha Huang’s reentry to the country began after she was re-arrested a few weeks ago.


The Monday statement by President Akufo-Addo that he is “not still sure whether she was in fact deported” surprised some Ghanaians.


There’s also the possibility that she first departed the nation and has since returned. At a radio station in Ho, he expressed his belief that “some ambiguity about it” persisted.


It was recently revealed by Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah that the infamous Chinese illicit mining kingpin was repatriated from Ghana in December 2018, rather than deported.


On the 13th of September, he repeated his claims on Joy FM that a deportation order or note had been issued.


Mr. Oppong Nkrumah claims that the “galamsey” queen was put on a plane and sent out of Ghanaian territory.


On Wednesday, however, the prosecution presented evidence at the Accra Circuit Court trial that contradicted the defense’s case.


After her initial arrest, the prosecution claims the first defendant fled the country covertly.


The D/Inspr Eric Osei-Mensah claims that Aisha Huang re-entered the workforce in the same manner this year.


She had altered her Chinese passport in order to elude capture by the government.


The first defendant “resumed the small scale mining activities without license and together with the second, third, and fourth accused persons engaged in the purchase and sale of minerals in Accra without valid authority granted as required by the Minerals and Mining Act,” according to the charge summary.


She has had her bail application denied by the Accra Circuit Court and will spend the next two weeks in police prison.

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