Managing Editor of the New Crusading Guide newspaper, Kweku Baako Jnr., appears to be awaiting the release of the “incriminating” evidence promised by Martin Amidu.
Amidu, a former Minister of Justice and Attorney General and acclaimed citizen vigilante, has in the past fortnight vowed to expose ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas as nothing but a fraud following the latter’s exposure of bribery and corruption in Ghana’s judiciary.
Amidu had claimed he possessed evidence to incriminate Anas as a beneficiary of state-sponsored diabolism in his work on the judiciary and for operating a dummy illegal private investigative organisation.
In response to Amidu’s claims, Baako asked Amidu if he had provided any evidence to all his claims, saying the former Attorney General was chasing a mirage.
Baako said Amidu’s claim that Anas and the government had hidden a video detailing corruption in parliament after the august house allegedly watched it was never true, explaining that the only video MPs had watched was the same one on the judiciary.
But he wants Mr. Amidu to provide substantial evidence for all his claims.
Mr. Amidu who later called into the programme to clarify issues, also asked Anas to provide videos of those judges who he said were incorruptible.