Kennedy Agyapong has since the begin of the GFA President Kwesi Nyantakyi Sponsorship Scandal, speaking against the investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas for exposing the rot in the Ghana Football Association and other dubious plans.
He said Anas is equally a corrupt man and needs to be investigated too. He earlier on released a couple of photos which he alleged to be the face of *Anas, the man behind the mask.
Kennedy Agyapong has since day one not been comfortable with Anas’ Number 12 Exposé for reasons best known to himself and has promised to equally expose *Anas of his “dubious” activities and dealing he has in the dark. He said he was going to p[rovide hardcore evidence to prove *Anas is fake.
Yesterday on Oman Fm, a radio said to be owned by the honorable MP, Kennedy Agyapong, he said he is equally coming to premiers his investigative piece about *Anas when he returns from China and he calls this one ” He who watches the watchman”.
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Mr. Kennedy Agyapong has made known plans to show a video about Anas on Net 2 TV. The video has been termed “Who watches the watchman” and aimed at unveiling the ‘corrupt’ Anas. The video premiers on Net 2 TV on Friday, June 8.
Maverick politician, Kennedy Agyapong, has hinted of showing a documentary of the investigative journalist taking bribes and acting against the very ideals he always stands for.
This move by Kennedy Agyapong follows an earlier assurance he gave in reaction to the premiering of the corruption video aired about the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
So far, the time for the premiering of this video by Kennedy Agyapong will be aired on the politician’s television station – Net 2 TV – on Friday, June 8 at exactly 12:20 GMT. The video, which is termed, “Who Watches the Watchman“, is aimed at revealing the corrupt side of Anas Aremeyaw *Anas
Kennedy Agyapong has expressed his resolve to try nature of Anas. The maverick politician started by unveiling the identity of the journalist by dropping his pictures on television.
A committee has been set up by parliament to investigate cases of corruption at the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Mike Oquaye, says this special committee will look into the bribery revelations shown in a documentary by an undercover journalist, Anas Aremeyaw *Anas.
The President of the republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, has dissolved the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
Just 25 hours after the premiering of the explosive video by the investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw *Anas, the president ordered for all activities within the association to be suspended with immediate effect.
In fact, the video by *Anas saw Kwesi Nyantaki grabbing wads of dollars which amounts to $65,000 from investors who wish to win road contracts from the president and his vice.
The relevance for this committee has been questioned especially when Ghanaians are so angry at the GFA following the revelation by Anas Aremeyaw *Anas.