The Ministry of Information has provided further clarity about the repatriation of Aisha Huang to her country China.
Evidence provided by the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) and made available to the Ghanaian Times revealed notice of revocation of permit and Repatriation dated as December 19, 2018.
It read: You are hereby informed that in accordance with Section 20 (2) (a) of the Immigration Act 2000, Act 573, your permit to remain in Ghana has been revoked.
You are therefore to leave Ghana Immediately on receipt of this notice.
You are directed to stay out of the country until the Comptroller-General approves of your future re-entry into Ghana.”
The revocation order was signed by the Comptroller-General of Immigration, Kwame Asuah Takyi.
In further proof of Aisha Huang’s repatriation, an Immigration card dated from the departure hall of the Kotoka International Airport dated December 17, 2018 detailing Aisha Huang’s travel on passport number G39575625 with date of expiry January 13, 20202 with nationality being Chinese
It gave her occupation as a Businesswoman and purpose on Flight as Repatriation to Guanju China as final destination.
According to the GIS Migration Card number ED16/6112610, it gave her Gender as female with local telephone number as 0244529143.
Further evidence showed the flight details to read: WCCRBX 2018-12 10712122357272 which also indicated that she indeed boarded the flight from the Kotoka International Airport with her seat occupied until her arrival in China.
The Ministry of Information therefore wish to state that Businesswoman as per her occupation, Aisha Haung indeed was repatriated back to her home country after her permit to stay in Ghana was revoked as per the revocation notice from the GIS.
BY TIMES REPORTER