Aisha Huang's sister, the Chinese woman arrested with 4 trucks of rosewood in Tamale missing
Helen Huang when she was arrested

Helena Huang, the Chinese woman, popularly known as Rosewood queen who was arrested some few months on the count of attempting to smuggle four containers of rosewood outside Ghana has been apprehended again today Tuesday, 25th June 2019. Mohammed Bondirigbum who stood as a guarantor produced the Rosewood queen.

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After the arrest of the Chinese lady, she was granted bail but took to her heels never to be seen again.

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The court instructed Mohammed C to fetch the offender.

After Mr. Bondirigbum was exonerated by the Tamale Circuit court, he made journalists aware that:

“Immediately she was released from the police cell, she ran out of the country but I managed to get some people to support me and then I prayed to my God, too. Yesterday morning, she arrived in Tamale but she refused to disclose where she was staying”.

He also made a remark that he will never stand as a guarantor for any suspect again, this has served as a huge lesson to him.

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He stated, “A very big lesson in my lifetime”, adding that: “Apart from my wife, I will never bail anybody from the police or from the court”.

Immigration officers have been given charge over Helena Huang for additional investigation.

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Asiamah Boateng Alfred is an entertainment, political and lifestyle journalist that holds a Diploma in Journalism and Media studies. Writing, reading, and talking is my core passion. I also have a huge interest in fashion and social media.