The Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Immigration Service, Michael Amoako-Atta has revealed that Galamsay Kingpin Aisha Huang will face two years jail term if she is found guilty for outwitting immigration.
Speaking to Media General’s Joseph Armstrong on Tuesday, September 6, Mr Amoako said unlawful entry into the country is punishable by law.
According to him, the service is now building the case because her mode of entry into the country needs to be clarified.
He added that the service will go onto investigate what she was engaged in when she sneaked into the country and then build a proper case against her.
“If she is convicted on immigration rules, she may go in for about two years. That is what the law says. Currently, we are now building the case because her mode of entry is one that we all want to clarify,” he said.
Mr Amoako also rubbished the allegations that suggests that the Service failed in doing due diligence, leading to her illegal re-entry to continue her galamsey activities.
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