“It doesn’t look good”, former President John Mahama has said of the corruption uncovered in investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Number 12 undercover documentary on Ghana football.
#Number12. Showing at the Accra International Conference Center on 6th & 7th of June, 2018. Four(4) screenings each day:
3pm, 5pm, 8pm & 10pm
— Anas Aremeyaw Anas (@anasglobal) June 4, 2018
In a short promo clip of the yet-to-be premiered two-hour documentary, Mr Mahama said: “For many years, we’ve been wondering why the quality of our games keeps going down.
— Anas Aremeyaw Anas (@anasglobal) June 2, 2018
“Ghana was one of the greatest teams on the continent and internationally.
“This doesn’t look good, it doesn’t look good”.
In another promo clip, former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, said: “Sometimes it takes a spark, just a spark and I think Anas has provided that spark for the whole edifice to blow up for people to wake up and say: ‘No more’”.
They dared those with evidence on corruption to release it. Now we have it. We now dare them to prove their fresh lies with evidence. #Number12 #SayNoToCorruption #GhanaFirst #IamAnas pic.twitter.com/Cm2zkrsGL1
— Anas Aremeyaw Anas (@anasglobal) June 1, 2018
Also, Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, in a similar promo clip, described Anas’ work as “very relevant”.
— Anas Aremeyaw Anas (@anasglobal) June 3, 2018
Anas will premiere the documentary which he did with the BBC on 6 June 2018.