The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has been accused of facilitating the presence of the Chinese “Galamsey Queen”, Aisha Huang in Ghana because he himself was engaged in illegal mining.
Communications Director of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Solomon Nkansah Bernard Antwi Boasiako alias Chairman Wontumi has a full dossier on her taking into account how he worked to ensure that she got into the country and fully aware of her operations.
According to him, Aisha Huang also known as Yaa Asentewaa’s illegal activities must be blamed squarely on Chairman Wontumi because he knows the stuff she is made of yet allowed her into the country to help degrade the country’s environment.
“NPP brought that galamsey queen Aisha into Ghana. In fact the Ashanti Regional chairman Wontumi travelled all the way to China to bring her to Ghana in 2004. I’m not saying Aisha is NPP but she is a shroud and that is why they never arrested her till now” he said.
Thirty-One (31) -year-old Chinese woman suspected to be one of Ghana’s most notorious illegal miners and her colleagues were hauled before court by the Ghana Immigration Service following their arrest a week ago
Ms. Huang, according to Abdul Malik Kweku Baako, the managing editor of the New Crusading Guide had become untouchable because she holds secret recordings of sexual escapades she had with some influential figures in the country.
Aisha Huang is reported to be boasting with her influence of authority and has in time past boasted of how untouchable she is.
Meanwhile the Criminal High court presided over by Justice Charles Edward Ekow Baiden on Tuesday May 9, 2017 remanded into prison custody the popular 31-year-old Aisha Huang.
She was remanded by the court alongside five other Chinese male nationals and are expected to reappear on the 23rd of May.
According to the judge, Justice Edward Ekow Baiden, he granted the plea by the Immigration asking for them to be remanded for further investigations because he did not believe the suspects will make themselves available if granted bail.