Anas Aremeyaw Anas- Trafficked and Abused (KINGPIN BUSTED) KINGPIN BUSTED! Dramatic Escape Through The Roof Foiled, Another Victim Rescued Anas Aremeyaw Anas reports The kingpin behind the Vietnamese sex trafficking syndicate in Takoradi has been busted at Tema. The arrest was during an undercover operation between our investigative reporter (Anas Aremeyaw Anas) and the Anti Human Trafficking Unit of the […]
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Anas Aremeyaw Anas- Trafficked and Abused (TRAFFICKERS FOR COURT) TRAFFICKERS FOR COURT Undercover Reporter (Anas) to be Used as Prosecution Witness By Anas Aremeyaw Anas The New Crusading GUIDE has gathered that the Police has prepared a docket for the Attorney General’s Department to prosecute two Chinese traffickers. The two; Hwang Se Hui and CzTian Ping; were arrested by personnel […]
Anas Aremeyaw Anas- Vietnamese Trafficked and Abused (3) THE TORTURE AND THREAT OF DEATH Forced To Sleep With Clients In Their Menses And The Gross Physical Abuse Of ‘Stubborn’ Girls Anas Aremeyaw Anas reports The New Crusading GUIDE can report that the six Vietnamese girls trafficked into Ghana by their Chinese sex slave masters; Hwang Se Hui and Cz Tian […]
Anas Aremeyaw Anas- Vietnamese Trafficked and Abused (2) THE SEX MONEY TRAIL Huge Sums of Money Shipped From Ghana to Asia, Financial Intelligence Unit Zooms in Anas Aremeyaw Anas reports from Accra, Ghana The New Crusading GUIDE’s investigations into the trafficking of young Vietnamese girls into Ghana has uncovered a complex web of money laundering transaction running from Ghana to […]
Ghana Tightens Visa Process For Chinese Ghana’s mission in China has indicated that it has tightened its visa acquisition process for Chinese who intend to visit Ghana. According to the Deputy Head of the Mission in China, Alfred Saame, this is to ensure illegal Chinese miners do not sneak into the country. It was confirmed earlier this week that the […]
China Lays Strict Visa Requirements For Ghanaians After Mass Repatriation. International Relations expert, Dr Yaw Gerber, has stated that even though it was easy to link China’s decision to revise its visa requirements to the recent repatriation of the over 3000 illegal Chinese miners from the country, Ghanaians should be circumspect about how they interpret the issue . “It is […]
Illegal Mining: 3,877 Chinese Repatriated. The Ghana Immigration Service has said it has repatriated almost 4000 Chinese to their country due to efforts to end illegal mining known as galamsey. This includes voluntary and forceful repatriation. The Public Affairs Director of the Ghana Immigration Service, Francis Palmdeti told Citi News the mass repatriation should serve as a relief for residents […]
‘Obroni’ Chinese & Illegal Mining. To be honest with you, my dear reader, I have forgotten the exact date, but if my memory serves me right, it was in October 2007. My Pentium One computer, you heard me right! My Pentium one computer was giving me a hell of time, so when my publisher, Nana Kofi Coomson, visited my office […]
Illegal Mining: 269 Chinese, Nigerians Deported. Two hundred and sixty-nine foreigners who were arrested by the Inter Ministerial Task Force Against Illegal Small-scale Mining for alleged illegal mining have so far been deported. The illegal miners, who comprised 218 Chinese and 51 Nigerians, were deported to their respective countries with the support and consent of their embassies in Ghana.
China To Help Ghana Flush Out Chinese Galamseyers. A high-level delegation from the Republic of China has come to Ghana toward helping to address the influx of Chinese illegal miners in Ghana. The group told Journalists at a press conference that the Chinese Government is not happy with the festering illegal mining activities in Ghana which involves Chinese. The Chinese […]
Chinese Delegation Arrives To Discuss Repatriation of Chinese Illegal Miners A Chinese delegation is in the country to discuss the modalities for repatriating Chinese arrested for illegally engaging in small-scale mining. The delegation is scheduled to hold meetings with the ministers of Foreign Affairs and the Interior and Immigration officials on the procedures and timelines for the repatriation exercise.