China's most wanted man, Zhao Ruheng, who has been hiding in Ghana for the past three years has been sent back to his country by Ghana's foreign affairs ministry upon requests from the Chinese government.
Zhao Ruhen is reported to have been repatriated following bilateral corporation between China and the government of Ghana.
A statement issued by the Communist Party of China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) reveals that Zhao remains part of 16 others under China's 100 most-wanted fugitives.
Questions therefore remain over how the said most-wanted man escaped through the screening process of Ghana's immigration system thus even having to live in the country for over three years.
Zhao, the former chairman of textile company in Huimin County, east China's Shandong Province has been suspected of invoice deception, tax evasion, conspiring with others to misuse public money, and embezzlement, according to the CCDI.