Nyantakyi has also been arraigned together with one other for charges including fraud by agents but they have both pleaded not guilty and are currently standing trial.
During the course of the Case Management Conference, the Criminal Division of the Accra High Court presided over by Justice Elfreda Dankyi ordered that Anas, who would be giving evidence in the matter for the prosecution, testify in camera.
Unhappy with the orders of the High Court for Anas to testify in-camera, Lawyers of Kwasi Nyantakyi on May 29, 2022, filed an application for Certiorari at the Supreme Court to quash the decision of the High Court.
The apex court on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, quashed the ruling of the High Court and ordered Anas to appear in court unmasked.
According to EIB Network’s Legal Affairs Correspondent Murtala Inusah, the High Court has fixed November 28, 2022, for the trial to commence but the latest decision of the Supreme Court will count.