Anas Aremeyaw Anas has mocked Kennedy Agyapong and his team in a new video challenging all those who are bent on exposing him. He hinted that nothing was going to stop the screening of his latest exposé. The investigative dubbed ‘Number 12’ is set to air from June 6.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas, the undercover journalist has revealed in a new video that nothing was going to stop the screening of his latest investigative piece dubbed ‘Number 12’ following the leaking of some pictures believed to be that of him.
In a new video sighted on his Facebook page, the Tiger Eye PI boss revealed that no matter how much people tried to bring him down, he was going to ‘outnumber’ them because he was always putting Ghana first.
In the recent video, the undercover journalist shared pictures of the many faces that had been released purporting to be him.
He went ahead to also share photos of social media users who had taken part in the ‘I am Anas’ Campaign and indicated that he was not standing alone.
Anas captioned the video: “We would not be distracted #Number12 #IamAnas”.
“We would not be distracted #Number12 #IamAnas”.
On May 30, outspoken Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong released some sets of photos alleged to be that of Anas Aremeyaw *Anas.
According to the controversial legislator, the modus operandi of the undercover journalist was ‘illegal’ because he used blackmail to amass wealth for himself.
Kennedy Agyapong also alleged that many high-rise buildings in Dzorwulu, a suburb of Accra, belonged to Anas which he bought with money he ‘extorted; from people through blackmailing them with his videos.
Even though many people and some organizations including Kennedy Agyapong and his team doing their best to stop the screening of Anas’ ‘Number 12’ exposé, the journalist and his team remain unperturbed and have revealed that the screening will go on as planned and nothing could stop it.
‘Numbre 12’ is an investigative piece which seeks to expose the plot related to Ghana football. Already, the President of the Ghana Football Association has been allegedly implicated in the video.
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