Anas Identifies Parliament As His Next Target: Plus Full List Of Interdicted High Court Judges

Justice Ajet-Nassam

Justice Ajet-Nassam: Implicated in the scandal

Anas has announced that after taking down some of the rotten apples in the judiciary, his next stop just might be the legislature.

An upcoming video detailing the two years investigations by the reporter into corruption in the judiciary is currently giving some judges nightmares as their careers and lives grind to a screeching halt.

And the man who’s strong suit has always been his stealth might have tipped his hand towards his next expose.

Speaking on Peace FM this morning, the editor-in-chief of The Crusading Guide, Kwaku Baako Jnr, revealed that his deputy has his eyes on Parliament for his next groundbreaking report.

Kwaku Baako said they have been investigating them for a while now and hopes to gather more evidence.

“Even if we don’t go back to continue with our mission, what we have gathered about Parliament is enough to tell our story to Ghanaians and the rest of the world,” he added.

Kwaku Baako also said with Anas’ work, everyone should look out as they could be next, especially the Executive.

Meanwhile, after the suspension twenty two of the circuit court judges and magistrates for their complicity in the Anas affair, the remaining High Court Judges have been interdicted and face possible impeachment proceedings.

They are…

-Justice Kofi Essel Mensah

-Justice Charles Quist

-Justice Peter U. Dery

-Justice John Ajet-Nassam

-Justice Ernest Obimpe

-Justice Mustapha Habib Logoh

-Justice Yaw Ansu-Gyeabour

-Justice Ayisi Addo

-Justice Mohammed Iddrisu

-Justice Ivy Heward Mills

-Justice Yaw Badu

– Justice Kwame Ohene Essel

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