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Mad Rush For Anas’ New Video


THERE is a mad rush among residents of Kumasi to get a copy of award-winning Investigative Journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ latest work.

Excerpts of Anas’ latest investigative piece, which exposes corruption, extortion and bad deeds in the Ghana Police Service, had gone viral on social media.

From all indications, Anas’ latest work would be an instant hit across the country, especially in Kumasi and the Ashanti Region in general.

Even before the celebrated journalist officially comes out with the full length of the investigative piece, Kumasi residents have started making demands for it.

Some of the impatient people have trooped to media organizations in the city, asking and begging if they can get a copy of the ‘hot’ investigative work.

Other people in the city, who certainly loves Anas’ investigative works, have been calling on the phone of journalists in the city to ask for the video.

Interestingly, all those who are hankering to get a full length of Anas’ video watch were left disappointed so they had to just watch the excerpts, for now.

Anas Aremeyaw Anas has carved a niche for himself when it comes to investigative works in Ghana and the African continent in general.

His investigative works, which sometimes put his own life in danger, had contributed to expose and correct some evil and wrongdoings in society.

Anas’ exemplary works have been recognized and appreciated by several world bodies and institutions, as he has received several global awards.

Aside being a global icon, the award-winning investigative journalist has also become an inspiration and mentor to scores of up-and-coming journalists.

Many have expressed the possibility that Anas may be using other supernatural and mystical powers to support his out-of-the-ordinary investigative exposers.

The journalist, has for a decade and a half, being a thorn in the flesh of corrupt government and public officials.

He has backed his investigations with real life secretly recorded audio visuals, many of which have served as hard core evidence to prosecute the culprits at the law courts.

By: Afua Sarpong Amankwa/ thePublisher

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