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“Anas is blackmailer” ruling endorsed by Supreme Court

In a new ruling on March 15, Justice Eric Baah, a Court of Appeal judge sitting with extra responsibility as a High Court Judge, portrayed analytical writer Anas Aremeyaw Anas as "a blackmailer who utilizations coercion to coerce cash from his opponents and individuals he could do without."

This assertion was made with regards to excusing a criticism suit documented by Anas against Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Mr. Kenneth Ohene Agyapong, refering to an absence of legitimacy for the situation. Around then, the High Court excused a GHC25 million slander claim brought by Anas Aremeyaw Anas against Kennedy Agyapong and forced an expense of GHC50,000 on the journalist.

Anas had asserted that the official slandered him, prompting legal actions started in 2018. In a larger part choice on Wednesday, February 28, the High Court excused the case. In spite of the solicitation from Kennedy Agyapong's legal advisor for expenses to be granted against Anas, the High Court declined to do as such. Talking about Anas' work as an insightful columnist, that's what the adjudicator added "What the offended party is doing isn't insightful reporting however insightful psychological warfare".

"From the abovementioned, I hold that the offended party is a blackmailer who utilizations shakedown to coerce cash from his rivals and individuals he could do without.

"What the offended party is doing isn't insightful news-casting however analytical illegal intimidation," the managing judge, who granted cost of GH¢50,000 against Anas said.


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