Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu has questioned the circumstances under which Chinese ‘galamsey queen’ Aisha Huang who was deported entered the country and obtained a Ghana Card.
The Tamale South MP is surprised by the development which is said to have occurred as recently as February this year.
His comment comes on the back of a new prosecution of the known illegal miner who was arrested last week after sneaking into the country, 3 years after she was deported for engaging in illegal mining.
Details are emerging about Aisha Huang’s Ghana Card.
There were reports that En Huang, popularly known as Aisha Huang, had been in the country for months and had been engaging in illegal mining.
According to a Graphic report, she has been carrying what is suspected to be a Ghana Card which she claim to have obtained in February 2022.
Details on the said card, labeled as a non resident Identity Ghana Card has the date of issue as February 27, 2022 and expected to expire on February 26, 2023.
But speaking to Joy News, Haruna Iddrisu quizzed how Huang was able to manouvre her way to get the card which some Ghanaians are struggling to obtain legitimately.
“And then registration for Ghana Card. How did it happen? How did she get the Ghana Card?”, he quizzed.
Aisha Huang, a 47-year-old was earlier deported in 2019, over her involvement in illegal mining activities
Following her recent arrest, the Minority Leader has stated the Minority will be monitoring events closely in the coming days.