The Chinese Glamasey Queen Aisha Huang, who was detained for allegedly re-entering Ghana without authorization after her deportation, is not sleeping in the police cell despite being denied bail, according to Akwasi Addai Odike, founder of the United Progressive Party (UPP).
He stated that he does not trust the security officials in charge of her, which is why he believes she is not sleeping in the cells.
“I can tell you on authority that Aisha Huang does not sleep in police cells,” he told Johnnie Hughes on Thursday’s New Day TV programme on TV3.
When pressed to provide evidence, he stated, “Even the president Akufo-Addo stated that he is not certain she was deported, so do you believe our security apparatus? “No.”
Aisha Huang was charged with four counts in the Accra High Court on Friday, September 16.
The first is that between 2015 and 2017, she conducted a mining operation at Bepotenten in the Ashanti Region without a licence, in violation of Section 99(2)(a) of the Minerals and Mining Act, 2006, Act 703, as amended by the Minerals and Mining (Amendment) Act 2019, Act 995.
The second offence is enabling the participation of four Chinese in illegal mining at Bepotenten.
This also brings her into conflict with Ghanaian law, since she employed foreign nationals in violation of Section 24 of the Immigration Act, 2000 (Act 573), her third offence.
Finally, she had returned to Ghana in violation of Section 20(4) of the Immigration Act of 2000, Act 573.