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Freddie Blay: Politician’s law firm defends Aisha Huang’s accomplices in court

Former New Patriotic Party Chairman Freddie Blay has mounted a strong defense for his law firm's decision to represent some suspected Chinese...

Judge remands Aisha Huang again, case adjourned to October 12

The Accra Circuit Court 9 has again denied bail to the accused illegal miner, Aisha Huang, and three others.

Aisha Huang: State files fresh charges against Chinese ‘galamsey’ queen, accused...

The State has filed fresh charges against En (Aisha) Huang, in respect of mining offenses she committed in Ghana between the years...

Lawyer reveals Aisha Huang is married to Kumasi-based businessman

Suspected Chinese illegal mining operative Aisha Huang is married to a Ghanaian businessman, her defense lawyer, Nkrabea Effah Dartey has revealed.

Aisha Huang “sneaked out” of Ghana in 2018 to ‘avert’ prosecution,...

Fresh details have emerged that suspected Chinese illegal mining operative Aisha Huang escaped lawful custody and sneaked out of Ghana in 2018.

Aisha Huang’s ‘accomplice in hospital’ after collapsing in court

Court observers were stunned by the sudden collapse of one of the accomplices of Aisha Huang during proceedings on Wednesday (September 14).

‘Aisha Huang exited Ghana on a repatriation notice’: Gov’t clarifies

Ghanaian authorities have been providing clarity on the exit of 'Chinese galamsey queen' Aisha Huang in 2018 stressing that she was repatriated,...

We’ll prosecute galamsey queen Aisha Huang – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has stated that the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Godfred Yeboah Dame, has his full support to...

‘I apologise for saying Chinese galamsey kingpins have presidential stickers on...

The President of the Concerned Small Scale Miners has apologised for making disparaging comments about the Office of the President in public.

‘Aisha Huang’: State shuts down businesses owned by Chinese ‘galamsey kingpin’

The State has shutdown all businesses belonging to Chinese woman Aisha Huang, who has been arrested for illegal mining.