Anas’ judicial corruption video to be shown as scheduled, despite suits

A member of the Tiger Eye Private Investigation group, the team that exposed alleged corrupt acts by judges and magistrates says the much anticipated premiering of its video will come off as scheduled despite the multiple suits.

The Chief Director at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Leslie Christian has confirmed Tiger Eye made part payment for two nights to premiere the video at the Accra International Conference Centre.

The judicial service has confirmed a justice of the Court of Appeal, sitting as an additional high court judge will on Tuesday, September 22 sit on all cases filed so far in respect of the alleged judicial bribery scandal.

Ghana in the eyes of God;- Epic of Injustice” the investigative piece by Anas Amermeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye production, which ‘exposed’ 34 judges and magistrates who were allegedly negotiating with agents to stifle justice, is due for showing Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 of September.

When the news team visited the Accra International Conference Centre Monday afternoon, there was no indication that the premiering will come off.

TV3’s cameras could only capture organisers of an international building exhibition setting up the place for their event tomorrow.

The chief director at the ministry of foreign affairs, Ambassador Leslie Christian confirmed that tiger eye has made part payment for two nights to premiere the video starting September 22nd.

When contacted, a member of the Tiger Eye team however said their group has not received any suit barring them from the premiere adding that all is set.

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Meanwhile, one of the judges, Justice Paul Uuter Derry after suing the producers of the video has filed another suit to stop the premiering of the video at the center tomorrow.

While, some Ghanaians are of the opinion the investigation should not be shown in the interest of national security, others say it ought to be premiered to expose corrupt practices as done with previous exposes.