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Inusah Fuseini: We won’t permit kangaroo court in the Aisha Huang trial

According to Inusah Fuseini, a former minister for lands and natural resources, Ghanaians are interested in and will closely watch the trial of galamsey entrepreneur Huang Ruixia, also known as Aisha Huang.

His remarks follow President Akufo-declaration Addo’s of support for the Attorney General in the prosecution of a Chinese woman, Aisha Huang, who has recently been detained once more for engaging in illicit mining in the nation.

Madam Huang was initially detained in May 2017 and accused of engaging in illegal mining, but she was later deported.

She was, however, once again detained by the National Security in Kumasi two weeks ago for entering illegally to carry on with her galamsey business, which infuriated Ghanaians who are now demanding her prosecution.

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On Starr Today with Joshua Kodjo Mensah on Monday, the former Lands Minister discussed the effects of the Chinese woman’s arrest and said that Ghanaians were left with some questions about whether President Akufo-Addo meant what he said when he allowed the woman to be deported after her initial arrest.

“How do we rely on the statement of the President because it is contradictory. It is contradictory because this is not the first time the President has put his presidency on the line.

“We will not allow a Kangaroo court in the case of Aisha Huang. Everybody who is able and willing can go to court and listen to the proceedings. So it’s a public trial and not a Kangaroo trial. We will oppose a Kangaroo trial. We are putting that on notice,” Mr. Fuseini iterated.

He went on to say that:

“Let’s see what happens. But for now, I am not placing any reliance on the words of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. He is not giving me enough assurance to show that he means what he is saying.”

The former minister continued by saying that the government’s actions demonstrate a lack of commitment to the battle against illegal mining in the nation.

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