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Chinese suspect in banned Rosewood trade re-arrested

By;brightwebtv.com/nana asare barimah     MyNewsGh.com has confirmed that the 43-year-old woman Chinese woman who was arrested by the Northern Regional Police Command for allegedly possessing large quantities of rosewood illegally, jumped bail and her whereabouts unknown has been rearrested. Checks at the Northern Regional Command of the Ghana Immigration …

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TAMALE Journalist in big TROUBLE for bailing Aisha Huang’s ‘sister’

  By:brightwebtv.com/nana asare barimah         A Tamale-based freelance journalist, Mohammed Bondirigbum has landed himself in a big trouble after standing surety for Ms Helen Huang, the Chinese woman who was recently arrested for illegally logging rosewood in the Savannah region. The woman is reported to have jumped …

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Aisha Huang is still in Ghana; lodging at TUC in Kumasi – NDC Executive alleges

  By:brightwebtv.com/nana     Even though the Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo-Marfo during a town hall meeting in USA weeks ago disclosed that infamous Galamsey Queen, Aisha Huang has been deported to China, an executive of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) alleges she is still in Ghana. The Ashanti Regional …

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The inside story of Aisha Huang: ‘I watched her shoot a Ghanaian dead’

  By:brightwebtv.com/nana asare barimah     Aisha was the kingpin of a Chinese galamsey gang A former associate ofdeported Chinese illegal miner has opened the lid on ‘galamsey queen’ who, puffed up by a colluding horde of security officials, unleashed a reign of terror. The eye-opener, Christian Addo Kuffuor told Joy …

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FREE ALL GHANAIAN SMALL SCALE MINERS FROM PRISON NOW – AS AISHA HUANG IS LEFT OFF THE HOOK

  By:brightwebtv.com/nana asare barimah       The attention of the NDC PROFESSIONAL FORUM (PROFORUM) has been drawn to a very unpatriotic and racist comments purported to have been made by Hon. Osafo Marfo, the unconstitutional Senior Minister in connection with the NPP Government’s decision not to prosecute a Chinese …

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