Chinese Indomie sellers march to High Court; accuse officials of human rights violations

Chinese Indomie sellers march to High Court; accuse officials of human rights violations

- The five Chinese nationals who were picked up for selling Indomie have filed an application at the Sekondi High Court

- The five, Dehang Li, Haifang Zhou, Jiauong Huan, Li Hui Lauo and Jung Gang Quin, were also accused of illegally staying in the country

- The Ghana Immigration Service has revealed that it would halt its investigations until the determination of the suit at the court

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Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that five Chinese nationals arrested for selling Indomie, have filed an application at the Sekondi High Court for the violation of their human rights.

They are currently being held by the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) and the court has ruled that it would hear the application on Wednesday, January 8, 2019.

This was determined when the suspects, Dehang Li, Haifang Zhou, Jiauong Huan, Li Hui Lauo and Jung Gang Quin, appeared at the Kaneshie District Court on Monday, December 30, 2019.

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Per a report by Ghana News Agency, the Chief Superintendent of Immigration (CSI), Peter Philip Andoh, stated that the GIS is waiting for the outcome of the application of the suspects before proceeding with the prosecution.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the suspects were picked up for engaging in illegal business and staying in Ghana without permits.

In other news, YEN.com.gh has learned that a man and woman in Burkina Faso have decided to raise their daughter as both a Muslim and Christian.

Records available show that five-year-old Osnia Ouattara is being introduced to both the Catholic faith of her father, Denis Ouattara and the Muslim faith of her mother, Afoussatou Sanou. In a rather unique display of religious integration, Osnia celebrates both Christmas and the Islamic festival of Eid.

One of the photos taken at an office Christmas party in 2015 and displayed in their home shows Osnia meeting Father Christmas when she was a baby.

Sanou also noted that her daughter accompanies her to the mosque and also goes to the church with her father on Sundays.

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