Ghana: Kumasi High Court orders deportation of Chinese nationals for mining on land reserved for academic purposes

A High Court in Kumasi has ordered for the deportation of four Chinese nationals for illegally mining on land that has been reserved for educational purposes. They were apprehended about two weeks ago.

They were found guilty and thrown to prison after they were not able to meet bail conditions. The High Court in Kumasi after that ordered that all these four Chinese nationals be deported.

They were apprehended by one Ghanaian police, Asamoah Kati. The names of these Chinese national Lan Hai Song, Huang When Jun, Li De Hao and Shi Li Wen. They were all deported after failing to meet bail conditions of Ghs200,000. All the four tried to fraudulently renew their documents, a development that fuelled their problems even more

“For the above reason, the Court will not be in the position legally to accept their passports as a condition of granting them bail and asking them to be attending Court as illegal immigrants” the, her Lordship Justice E. Senyo Amedahe noted.

A lady who has two little children with one of the Chinese nationals has since been crying profusely, citing her inability to cater for the children when their father is absent. According her, the Chinese man is her everything. She revealed how the man has been taken care of her and her family when she dropped out of senior high school.

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