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Judge rules Anas must defend himself in court, Sannie Daara secures knock-out victory

A judge has ruled that Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI must defend themselves in court over the human rights case brought against them by Ibrahim Sannie Daara after they sought to dodge the case by asking a lawyer to answer to the lawsuit on their behalf.The judge His Lordship Mr Justice Nicholas Abodakpi slammed Anas’defence of his life being in danger as the reason for seeking to evade court scrutiny as ‘incompetent and inadmissible’ and ordered that them to file a fresh Affidavit In Answer within 14 days.This is a major first victory for Sannie Daara over Anas after his lawyer Dr. Dominic Ayine, powerfully argued that the defendants must be made to swear to the affidavit to avoid dodging the consequences oftheir work against the Ghana FA Communications Director.The plan to avoid appearing in court was hatched by Anas’ lawyer Kissi Agyerbeng but Dominic Ayine floored him with three superior arguments which was upheld by the judge His Lordship Mr Justice Nicholas Abodakpi.The Human Rights Fast-track court subsequently ruled in favour of Sannie Daara by striking out the affidavit of the lawyer Odei Krow, who answered on behalf of the defendants,…