The Member of Parliament for North Tongu Constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has alleged that contrary to deportation protocols, Aisha Huang, a Chinese who was supposedly deported out of Ghana, was not handed over to relevant Chinese authorities when she landed in China in 2017.
Additionally, he noted that she was not escorted during her supposed deportation as international standard practice requires during such high-profile deportations.
Also, he noted that Chinese officials were not informed about her deportation before the repatriation.
According to him, the Chinese officials got the information two days after her “so-called” deportation “making it difficult for her to be tracked”.
The legislator also noted that “there is no available credible evidence suggesting that the Chinese government at any time appealed to their Ghanaian counterparts not to prosecute Aisha Huang or making her freedom a precondition for bilateral trade relations as former Senior Minister Yaw Osafo-Maafo recklessly claimed”.
Ablakwa indicated that these revelations came up through a painstaking investigation into the deportation of Aisha Huang who has been rearrested by Ghanaian authorities and remanded into police custody after she was found in Ghana once again.
He wants a full-scale probe into her alleged deportation.
Following the second arrest of the Chinese national in Ghana and her possession of a Non-citizen Card issued by the National Identification Authority (NIA)of Ghana, many Ghanaians have doubted that she was indeed deported.
But the government’s spokesperson on Governance and Security, Palgrave Boakye Danquah in an interview last week reiterated that there are supporting documents to prove her deportation.
Source: opemsuo.com/Hajara Fuseini