President of the Concerned Small Scale Miners Association Michael Kwadwo Peprah has sworn not to comment on anything that concerns embattled Chinese illegal miner En “Aisha” Huang.
Michael Kwadwo Peprah disclosed this to Sena Nombo on the Gold Morning Conversation in an interview in response to a publication by The Chronicle Newspaper.
The Chronicle Newspaper had revealed that Michael Kwadwo Peprah apologized for alleging that some Chinese illegal miners were using stickers of the Office of President on their car.
Michael Kwadwo Peprah repeated his apology and retraction on the Gold Morning Conversation but refused to respond to questions about why he was apologizing.
When asked whether he was coerced into such an apology, Michael Owusu Peprah retorted that he would make no further comments on developments regarding the arrest of En “Aisha” Huang.
The Small scale miner also declined to confirm his reported arrest by operatives of the National Bureau of Investigations and subsequent reports that he signed a bond not to comment on any news that surrounded En “Aisha” Huang.
According to reports, Michael Kwadwo Peprah was arrested at his home on Friday 9 September 2022 by operatives of the NIB, brought their offices in Accra and made to sign a bond to desist from any further commentary on the arrest of the Chinese Galamsey Queen.