President Akufo-Addo has been vindicated for making statement that, he is not sure that Aisha Huang was deported in 2018. According to the Ghana Immigration Service, Aisha Huang was not deported but rather repatriated.
Many people were doubting if Akufo-Addo is really in charge for expressing doubt whether Aisha Huang, the Chinese galamsey Kingpin was deported. The Ghana Immigration Service, GIS, has confirmed that it only repatriates foreign nationals involved in illegal small-scale mining, galamsey, explaining that it does not deport such offenders.
According to the evidence, Aisha Huang was repatriated in 2018 contrary to reports that he was deported.
According to GIS the reports about deporting Chinese citizens is not true. It rather undertook repatriations that affected some 966 Chinese nationals involved in galamsey between 2012 and 2016.
John Mahama in an interview this week said that he deported about 5,000 Chinese in 2016. He said that, they collaborated with the Chinese Embassies, they got 747s and they came and took their nationals away.
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