The Courtroom has preset January 8, following yr to listen to the software.
This arrived to light when the accused appeared ahead of the Kaneshie District Court on Monday.
The five are Dehang Li, Haifang Zhou, Jiauong Huan, Li Hui Lauo and Jung Gang Quin.
Chief Superintendent of Immigration (CSI) Peter Philip Andoh mentioned the GIS would like to hold out for the final result of the software at the Sekondi High Courtroom ahead of proceeding with the prosecution.
He said the GIS was going to pray the courtroom to repatriate them but it would halt that prayer pending the end result of the determination of the superior court.
He stated the GIS would transportation them to Sekondi for the application to be listened to.
In the meantime, Haifang Zhou, the only female amid the accused who spoke by an Interpreter, explained she was aware that the documents covering their stay in Ghana had expired and they should to fork out some penalty, which they were prepared to pay out so that they could be despatched again to China.
A different suspect Jiauong Haun instructed the court that he was not conscious that an application experienced been filed on their behalf at the Significant Courtroom in Sekondi.
When the District courtroom presided about by Ms. Eleanor Kakra Barnes-Botwchwey demanded from the accused people if their attorney had submitted any application on violation of their rights, the accused had been divided in their reaction as to that fact.
The courtroom observed that it seems “someone is trying to aid them but they are not informed of the claimed assistance.”
The court thus adjourned the make a difference to January 13, awaiting the consequence of the application at the Sekondi Significant Courtroom.
The 5 are staying held on the charges of illegal work and keeping in Ghana with no permit.
The courtroom has not taken their plea and has turned down their bail software on the basis that they did not have set position of abode in the country.
The accused individuals had been arrested at Wassa Akropong on suspicion that they did not have resident permits and have been engaging in unlawful work namely providing of noodles (Indomie) in Ghana.
Previously Defence Counsel, Dr. J.E.K Abaka instructed the court that the accused people would not abscond since their passports have been with the Police and that they should really be granted bail.