I returned to Ghana for my husband – Galamsey Queen Aisha Huang ( Who’s HE? )

I returned to Ghana for my husband – Galamsey Queen Aisha Huang ( Who’s HE? )

It has emerged that galamsey (illegal mining) kingpin, Aisha Huang, told law enforcement officers that she sneaked back into Ghana following her deportation in 2018, because she missed her husband who is living in the country.

Inspector Simon Nyaho, the prosecution’s 10th witness in the trial of Aisha Huang, who is being held on immigration and illegal mining charges, yesterday told the court that the accused upon her arrest told officers that she managed to re-enter Ghana through Aflao port and had in her possession two Chinese passports.

“When we asked her why she came into Ghana, she stated that she had missed her husband, whose name she gave as one Prince Amoah, and that she had come to visit him,” the witness told the court.

Different Passports

Inspector Nyaho also confirmed to the court that Aisha Huang was arrested with two passports bearing different names and dates of birth as well as places of birth although both were issued in the Republic of China.

He said one of the passports had the name En Huang with date of birth as July 7, 1986, issued in Ningxia, China on January 14, 2010, had an expiration date of January 13, 2020, and the place of birth indicated in the passport is Nei Mongol.

He said the second passport had the name Ruixia Huang with a date of birth as November 7, 1975, issued in Fujian, China on January 14, 2019 and is to expire on January 13, 2029.

Inspector Nyaho told the court that the place of birth indicated on the second passport is Fujian, and both passports have the picture of the accused person.


The witness further told the court that Aisha Huang also had in her possession yellow fever vaccination card, COVID-19 vaccination card, and Non-Citizen Ghana Card application form with its payment receipts when she was arrested by officials of the Ghana Immigration Service.

“We secured a court order to enable us conduct a further search of the residence of the accused person. At her residence, we found 19 bottles of substances which was later confirmed by the Ghana Standards Authority to be mercury, 200 pieces of AA cartridges and a warehouse containing toiletries, groceries, excavator parts and other Chinese consumables. We also took custody of two metal safes earlier retrieved from the residence of the accused person by Officers of the Defence Intelligence,” Inspector Nyaho told the court.

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