Aisha Huang’s lead attorney, Nkrabea Effah Dartey, claims that the police are using “chop bar evidence” to bring charges against her client.
He claims that the prosecution has resorted to utilizing hearsay as evidence because they lack any concrete proof to link her client to the crime.
My client, as they are alleging, has never engaged in any unlawful mining activities in Ghana, so let’s leave the rest to court, he added. “Rumors are not admissible in law, if you hear some individuals talking at a chop bar, don’t use it as proof in court,” he said.
” I suspect strongly the police are delaying court hearing because deep down in their conscience, they know they have no concrete facts to bring my client to book”.
On September 14, 2022, he made this statement during an interview with Prince Nii Ade (Dr. Cash) for the afternoon political program “Dwabrem” on Kumasi-based OTEC 102.9 FM.
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.
The initial reporting on the case was that she had been deported in 2018 after filing a nolle prosequi to discontinue an earlier case against her. The Prosecution said it needed time to finish off the investigation.