Nkrabea Effah Dartey, the attorney for the troubled “galamsey kinpin” Aisha Huang, has revealed that his client’s spouse is a well-known Ghanaian from the Ashanti Region.
The eminent attorney went on to say that Aisha Huang has some relatives in Ghana who are tenaciously advocating for her exoneration.
On Wednesday, September 14, 2022, Mr. Nkrabea Effah Datey, The Lawyer, and Prince Nii Ade (Dr. Cash) spoke on the afternoon political program “Dwabrem” on OTEC 102.9 FM. Mr. Datey simply identified Mr. Prince as Miss Aisha Huang’s better half.
Aisha Huang has family in Ghana, and she has been residing in Kumasi with her pure Ashanti husband.
“I know she is married to a Ghanaian. I know this because of her Ghanaian husband, a businessman in Kumasi and a master’s degree holder from a Chinese University. He came to my office to engage me as a lawyer.”
“This person (Prince) am talking about once went to China to peruse his master’s degree in engineering at China” He told host of the programmen Dr Cash.
However, he went on to say that he had been hired by Aisha Huang’s family to represent the other three Chinese who had been charged with engaging in illicit mining activities in the nation.
Aisha Huang may have left Ghana, but Mr. Dartey refuted this assertion, claiming that officials were making it to “shy away from what really transpired.”
He insisted that his client is innocent of the accusations made against her. Aisha Huang, the galamsey queen, was denied bail on Wednesday by the Accra Circuit Court 9.
Along with three other Chinese citizens, Jong Li Hua, Huang Jei, and Huaid Hai Hun, Aisha Huang is currently on trial.
They have all been accused of engaging in the sale and purchase of minerals without a permit and mining without a valid license.
Aisha Huang’s departure from Ghana and return to the nation have been the subject of debate ever since she was detained earlier in September.
When the issue first came to light, it was reported that she had been deported in 2018 after submitting a nolle prosequi to end a previous case against her.
The prosecution claimed that more time was required to complete the investigation.