The Editor in Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako says the supposed video of Anas making rounds on social media does not implicate Anas of any crime.
According to Mr Baako, he saw the video on social media on Tuesday, June 26 and saw nothing that shows Anas was engaging in any corrupt practices.
Speaking on Peace FM’s morning show, Kokrokoo, on Wednesday, Jun 27, he said: “I saw the few minutes video on social media yesterday and we’re waiting for that. There is a portion that says they buy me with $100, 000; it is going to be very interesting,” Mr Baako said.
“Look, if you have a limited and distorted understanding of any record or proceedings, the best thing you do is to shut up!”
According to Mr Baako, the court proceedings and docket of that particular case Anas was talking about in the video is available in the Attorney General’s [AG] office.
Abdul Malik Kweku Baako. Credit: Newsfile
Mr Baako said, the statement Anas made in the video was in reference to a case he had investigated involving one Baba Tunde, and was going through the docket with the Attorney General at her office.
According to Baako, “he [Anas] was engaging in a narrative based on the investigative report he had presented which was in the docket, they were going through it as a basis for going to court.”
“And Anas was talking about Baba Tunde claiming he was bought at $100 000. So the attribution was not to Anas.”
Mr Baako further asked that: “Can you imagine Anas, after his investigation, upon which the police have arrested the culprits, taking them to court and he goes to tell the state prosecutor that he Anas, took $100, 000, can you imagine that?”
“So, someone has a limited and distorted understanding of a certain thing he’s lost or heard directly. But if you’re driven by malice and mischief there’s no way you’ll able make a better appreciation of what you’re watching, seeing or reading.”
Mr Kennedy Agyapong MP for Assin Central, premieres the full video of ‘Who Watches The Watchman’, today, June 27, 2018 on a giant screen at the forecourt of Oman FM/NET2 TV at Madina, at 7pm and at the same time shown on Net2 TV.
By O. Y. Addofoh|Theprobegh.com|Ghana