Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas

 The Supreme Court has suppressed an Accra High Court request for insightful columnist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, to affirm in-camera against Kwesi Nyantakyi for his narrative named 'Number 12'.

With this decision, the pro analytical columnist needs to show up in court without his exchange mark veil.

Managed by Equity Baffoe-Bonnie on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, the Adjudicator conceded an application for certiorari recorded by Kwesi Nyantakyi suppress the request for High Court 2, Criminal Division, Accra giving a regulation to Anas Aremeyaw Anas to affirm in camera as an indictment observer in the crook case entitled Republic v Kwesi Nyantakyi and Another.

It could be reviewed that in Walk 2022, during Case The executives Gathering, the High Court 2, criminal division managed by her ladyship Elfreda Dankyi authoritatively conceded an ORAL application by the indictment for Anas Aremeyaw Anas to give proof in camera as an indictment observer on account of Republic v Kwesi Nyantakyi and Another.

Disappointed with the expressed choice of the Great Court, Mr Nyantakyi through lead counsel, Thaddeus Sory of Sory@Law, applied to the Supreme Court for a request for certiorari to subdue the agreement given to Anas Aremeyaw Anas by the High Court.

The application was commenced on three grounds; that the request for the High Court outraged the common freedoms of the candidate as ensured under the 1992 Constitution, that the request was made regardless of the strategies and rules of court which expected that a formal and not an oral application be made in such conditions; and the request for the court was made in overabundance of purview of the court.

Supreme Court maintained the application and subdued the request for the High Court as having been made without the imperative lawful premise.

By the present choice, Anas Aremeyaw Anas should affirm in open court as some other observer really does in court with no honors.

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