Investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has kept silent on judgement of land fraud that exposed him for attempting to steal someone’s land.
This is after a court found him liable and fined him for use of land guards and police to intimidate a lawful land owner from his own land in a May 4th Judgment.
The journalist was however quick to respond to a court ruling that required him to show his face to former Ghana Football boss Kwesi Nyantakyi.
The court had granted permission for Anas to testify wearing a mask in open court, with the condition that he reveals his face to the accused person in the judges’ chambers before sitting.
The decision was announced in a statement by Tiger Eye P.I, the investigative firm led by Anas, which expressed concerns about the potential risks to his safety and security.
“As much as Anas is willing and ready to testify for the prosecution, doing so under the condition specified by the court presents a clear and present danger to his security and safety, especially because of the issues chronicled above,” Tiger Eye said in the statement dated Thursday, May 18, 2023.
Tiger Eye and Anas however have refused to comment on Land Fraud charges against the journalist.