I will discharge Nyantakyi if you don’t call your witness to testify – Judge warns

This was after Assistant State Attorney Derrick Ackah-Nyamike told the court the state is unable to call its first witness at this stage.

The court on May 17, 2023, laid down conditions under which the state’s key witness Anas Aremyaw was to testify.

The investigative journalist was ordered to avail himself in the chambers of the Judge to allow for inspection of his face by Mr Nyantakyi before mounting the witness box to testify.

Mr. Anas has in a statement indicated this arrangement exposes him to various security threats and will therefore not be availing himself.

The Prosecutor Derrick Ackah-Nyamike informed the court the state’s legal team has since held meetings with the witness.

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