Our boarders are porous – Ghana Immigration Service confirms after Aisha Huang’s arrest

Dominic Ghansah
Dominic Ghansah

Ghana Immigration Service has disclosed that, the boarders of the Republic of Ghana are porous.

Speaking in an interview, the Public Relations Officer (PRO) Dominic Ghansah has confirmed that, Aisha Huang’s entry into the country was due to porous borders of Ghana.

According to Dominic Ghanasah, despite having operational strategies for controlling the borders, the borders across Ghana are very porous. He specifically mentioned the sub-region of the country as one of the porous borders.

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Dominic also said, the information circulating on social media about the date Aisha Huang sneaked into Ghana is incorrect. He said, “She came around mid-August and 2nd September but she was intercepted by officers”.

Dominic believes that, even though Aisha Huang got to Ghana, through their operational strategies they got her arrested. He also said Aisha Huang may face two (2) years in jail for illegal entry.

The Public Relations Officer (PRO) made it clear that, they are now building up a case against Aisha Hung. This is for the reason that, her mode of entry was illegal per the Imagination Law.

Also, her case is a very sensitive one, hence the appropriate charges must be looked at before it is leveled against her.

Dominic Ghansah said the Ghana Immigration Service is putting its very best when it comes to strengthening the borders. Hence Ghanaians shouldn’t think they are sleeping on their work.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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