Excerpts from the much-awaited explosive “Who Watches The Watchman” video is set to premiere today.
In the said video, ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, is allegedly seen negotiating with the State Attorney on how to subvert the course of justice.
In the one-minute video released by Kencity Media, the undercover journalist is seen and heard discussing with a female state attorney on how he was bought with one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to kill the case.
This was after Gold Company in Dubai engaged the investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas to track down some persons who defrauded the company of US$ 5.7 million in 2009. He was to go undercover to help the company arrest the guys and also retrieve the money for the said company.
He allegedly took monies from the said gold scammers and killed the case. The full video will be premiered on the 27th of June at the forecourt of Kencity Media, Madina.
Anas who has angered several Ghanaians with his mode of investigation will now be on the receiving end after his latest piece dubbed Number 12 received careful scrutiny from Ghanaians.
The hugely publicized exposé has brought football on its knees in the country amid a government interference which could lead to a potential FIFA ban.
The video captured five leading members of the FA including its president Kwesi Nyantakyi engaged in alleged infractions of their code of ethics.
Several referees were also caught in the cross-fire taking several sums of monies to influence matches – it claimed in the documentary.
But hard-hitting legislator Kennedy Agyapong claims that the documentary piece must not be hailed by Ghanaians as Anas is a culprit of the same crime he’s accusing others of.
Kennedy alleges that Anas sets up his victims and extorts money from them by blackmailing them with his set-up videos, an assertion this paper cannot independent substantiate.
By: Nana Amoako Gyampa