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‘Chinese Galamsey Queen’ Ashia Huang Bounces Back To Ghana, Re-arrested

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An Accra Circuit Court has remanded a Chinese national, Huang Ruixia alias Ashia Huang for engaging in mining without a license and also engaging in the sale and purchase of minerals without a valid license.

 

 

Judge Samuel Bright Acquah remanded Ashia Huang to police custody after the Prosecutor handling the case told the court that Ashia Huang was arrested for a similar offense in 2017 and as the case was ongoing she sneaked out of the country but returned to after changing her details on her Chinese passport.

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Briefing the court Detective Chief Inspector Fredrick Sarpong said the complaints are the Security and Intelligence officers in Accra.

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He said in the early part of this year, Ashia Huang sneaked back into the country and started the purchase and sale of minerals without a valid licence from the minerals Act, and the sale of equipment use in illegal mining activities.

 

 

 

 

 

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