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Aisha Huang should be held accountable for misleading Immigration with a "fake" Ghanaian husband

The infamous galamsey queen, Aisha Huang, is accused of obtaining a phony male Ghanaian passport illegally and using it to deceive immigration officials in order to prolong her stay in Ghana, according to North Tongu Member of Parliament (MP) Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.

The fiction that Aisha Huang is married to a Ghanaian is not new, claims Ablakwa, as she deceived Ghanaian immigration officials ten years ago by claiming to have wed a Ghanaian named Anthony Fabian at a wedding in China.

According to the MP, she obtained an indefinite permit from the Ghana Immigration Service using this alleged scheme.

The lawmaker wrote on Facebook that it was still unclear how the woman got a male Ghanaian passport in the name of a phantom Anthony Fabian with the passport number H2554456.

The Passport Office and the Foreign Ministry had zero knowledge of any application by the aforementioned Anthony Fabian for a Ghanaian passport, according to court documents in his possession from her abandoned prosecutions in 2017 and 2018. He also mentioned other intercepted official records. Additionally, there was no manual or biometric trace.

Anthony Fabian is not listed in Ghana's Birth and Death Registry either.

Mr. Ablakwa claims Aisha told investigators her husband was based in New York when they demanded she produce Anthony Fabian. The Personal Identification Secured Certified Evaluation System (PISCES) system checks, however, came back empty-handed. Security agents were never able to reach her on the New York phone number she gave them. Additionally, she was unable to give a reliable New York address.

The lawmaker also revealed that immigration records show no Anthony Fabian has ever used the Kotoka International Airport or any of our authorized entry points.


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