- The Interior minister, Ambrose Dery, has denied reports that Aisha Huang's deportation was part of the Sinohydro deal
- According to him, the misconception should be ignored by everyone
- His comments come after the senior minister, Yaw Osafo Maafo, stated that the decision to deport Huang was part of the Sinohydro deal
The minister of Interior, Ambrose Dery, has denied claims that the Chinese national, Aisha Huang, was deported as part of the Sinohydro deal.
According to Dery, the reports are untrue and should be disregarded by everyone.
His comments come after the senior minister, Yaw Osafo Maafo, was subjected to criticisms after he said Huang’s imprisonment would be of no benefit to Ghana.
Speaking at a town hall meeting in the United States of America, Osafo Maafo stated that Ghana enjoys a good relationship with China.
For that reason, a Chinese company, Sinohydro, is helping to process Ghana’s bauxite, as well as giving the country $2 billion.
He went on TO say that putting Huang in prison is not a pressing need, and all that matters is that she has been deported.
Per a Citinewsroom.com report, Dery was however not excited about the statement made by Osafo Maafo. According to him, Huang’s deportation had nothing to do with the Sinohydro deal.
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