Aisha Huang, a Chinese immigrant re-entry into Ghana, and her success in outwitting the security personnel is a matter of concern. The Ghana Immigration Service has hinted that the embattled lady could be made to stand trial and subsequently sentenced to two years for entering the country illegally.
According to the public relations officer of the security institution, DSI Michael Amoako Atta who granted an interview to TV3 today revealed that the lady will be sentenced in the event she is found culpable of breaking the rules of immigration.
The commissioned officer made it emphatically clear that this penalty is what the laws of the country stipulate for offenders. Presently, a strong case is being built against and how she maneuvered her way into the country is under investigation.
The Chinese immigrant was arrested at the border and is currently handed over to National Security.
It is on record that the Chinese lady was arrested some years back for taking part in illegal mining popularly known as galamsey. She was subsequently deported and her re-entry is surprising.
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