Associates of Aisha En Huang, a Chinese lady who has been blamed for participating in illicit mining (galamsey) in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region have been living in Ghana unlawfully following the lapse of their visas, an Accra High Court has heard.
An arraignment witness in the preliminary, Deputy Superintendent of Immigration, Divine Ahumah Occansey, told the court on Thursday that Gao Jin Cheng and Lu Qi Jun entered the nation on a 30-day B1 visas on June 13, 2015 and September 26, 2017 individually yet neglected to restore their stay in the nation.
He expressed that all the four assistants were not allowed work allow.
Driven in his confirmation in-boss by Mercy Arthur, a main state lawyer, the witness told the court that in spite of the fact that Aisha Huang educated the migration officers that she welcomed Habin Gao and Zhang Pen into the nation to chip away at her excavators, points of interest accessible to the GIS indicate something else.
Gao Jin Cheng
DSI Occansey told the court that Gao Jin Cheng entered the nation on June 13, 2015 with a B1 Visa, which was issued in Beijing, China by the Ghana Mission.
The court heard that upon his landing, his Chinese international ID was supported for 30 days and he was not allowed to participate in any type of work or be utilized by any individual without notice to the Comptroller General of the GIS.
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