Aisha Huang, also known as En Huang, has been accused of engaging in illegal mining without a license and engaging in the sale and purchase of minerals without a valid license. She was re-arrested in Ghana in 2022 for her involvement in illegal mining activities and has been slapped with two charges which are mining without a license and engaging in the sale and purchase of minerals without a valid license.
Following her arrest, the process leading to her acquisition of the indefinite residence permit was reviewed and it was found that most of the documents supporting her application like the Ghana passport biodata pages of Anthony Fabien and the marriage certificate of her alleged marriage to Anthony Fabien were forged.
The Passport Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Births and Death Registry, Accra, did not have any records on the accused person’s husband, Anthony Fabien. It is the case of the prosecution that Huang had an illegal mining concession at Bepotenten in the Amansie West District in the Ashanti Region and also operated a mining support services company.
She has denied the charges levelled against her and has since been remanded in police custody. According to modernghana.com, Huang was charged with undertaking a mining operation without a licence, facilitating the participation of persons engaged in a mining operation, the illegal employment of foreigners and entering Ghana while she had been prohibited from re-entry. She has denied all charges levelled against her and has since been remanded in police custody.