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Ana’s vrs Nyantakyi: **Court Orders Anas to Testify in Person Unmasked or Risk Case Dismissal**

**Court Orders Anas to Testify in Person Unmasked or Risk Case Dismissal**

In a dramatic turn of events, the court presiding over the case against former Ghana Football Association (GFA) boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi, has issued a compelling order to investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. Anas, known for his undercover work and iconic masked appearances, has been instructed by the court to testify in person without his trademark mask.

The ruling, delivered by the presiding judge, emphasized the importance of transparency and credibility in the judicial process. The court asserted that Anas must appear before the court without his mask to ensure the integrity of his testimony.

Failure to comply with this directive, the court warned, could result in the dismissal of the case against Nyantakyi. The decision comes amidst mounting pressure from Nyantakyi’s legal team, who have repeatedly questioned the authenticity of evidence presented by Anas, citing concerns about anonymity and credibility.

Anas, known for his fearless investigative journalism, has yet to respond publicly to the court’s order. His unmasking, if he chooses to comply, would mark a significant departure from his customary anonymity and could have far-reaching implications for his future investigative work.

Meanwhile, Nyantakyi’s legal team has welcomed the court’s decision, expressing confidence that it will shed light on what they perceive as a biased and flawed investigation conducted by Anas.

As the legal battle between Nyantakyi and Anas unfolds, all eyes are now on Anas as he faces the daunting prospect of revealing his face in the pursuit of justice.

story filed by: Nana kwaku Duah


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