Remote sensing data (DEM) was used to study and analyze lineaments within Anka sheet 52 NE. Eight Shaded relief images were created by varying the solar Azimuth (0°, 45°, 90°, 135°, 180°, 2250, 2700, 3150). A solar elevation of 30o and an ambient light setting of 0.2 was chosen to ensure good contrast. Combination of shaded relief images 0°, 45°, 90°,135° and 180°, 225°, 270°, 315°was done to produce two combine shaded relief images. Automatic extraction of lineaments from these combine shaded relief images was carried out followed by buffering of lineaments to ensure continuity. Buffering of lineaments was followed by reclassification and combination of two reclassified image to generate a level of coincidence image. Reclassification of level of coincidence image was carried out followed by manual digitization of lineaments. Analysing these lineaments, it was observed that lineaments generated from combination of shaded relief images (0°,45°,90°,135°), had a dominant NW-SE direction. 52 lineaments were extracted from these images having a maximum length of 13701.2 m, minimum length off 2293 m. Lineaments extracted from combine shaded relief image (180°,225°,270°,315°) had a dominant N-S direction. A total of 47 lineaments were extracted and lineaments have a maximum length of 4346.093 m, and a minimum length of 2324.74 m. 90 lineaments were digitized from the final lineament map. A maximum length 8300.71m, a minimum length of 993.451 was recorded. A dominant N-S and NW-SE dominant directions was observed to be the dominant directions from the final lineament map. From this study it was observed that most streams within the study area are controlled by the lineaments. Also, the dominant N-S and NW-SE directions for lineaments can be related to Pan African orogeny.