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Ace Ankomah rubbishes ‘number 12’ injunction-seeking claims

Lawyer Ace Ankomah has refuted claims he had intended “to injunct the premiering” of Anas’ expose, saying it was falsehood being peddled by “Tramadol-induced hallucinating cretins”.

The astitute lawyer has been named in reports on several social media platforms suggesting plans by some lawyers of the NPP seeking to place a court injunction to prevent the premiering of the Number 12 expose,

According to the reports, it was a move by the lawyers of the NPP lawyers to save the face of government as the image of the government will be soiled by the premier of the expose.

But in a post on Facebook, Ace Ankomah expressed shock at the report,

The lawyer displayed his ticket and indicated that as conventional of Anas, he provides him with ticket anytime he has an expose to premier and there was no way he will seek an injunction on a video that will help shape society.

“Tell the Tramadol-induced hallucinating cretins who are spreading lies about me going to injunct the premiering, that Anas Aremeyaw Anas personally delivered this ticket to me, just like he does for all his exposès”.

Many have criticised Anas’s method of investigation, claiming he deliberately lures people into and act of corruption and turns around and pronounce the person guilty.

His methodology has come under heavy criticisms following his latest documentary, Number 12, which has so far implicated President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

The Number 12 expose will be premiered on Wednesday 6th June at the Accra Conference Centre.

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