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Anas Aremeyaw's Investgation On COVID-19 In Ghana Is Set To Go

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Anas Aremeyaw's investigation on COVID-19 in Ghana is set to go viral soon. Watch out!

Expert Ghanaian Investigative Journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas on Friday, June 26, 2020 lighted a 'hot uncover' on coronavirus pandemic in Ghana.

The analytical Journalist has indeed gone the wildest extreme to unwind "COVID-19 quacks and hoodlums" plundering Ghana from the Coronavirus assets to advance themselves.

"Is it safe to say that you are prepared? It is coming, the corona quacks and cheats in Ghana. It will be served hot on BBC Africa eye," Anas posted this on his Facebook page on Friday for the full glare of the general public.

Anas Aremeyaw Anas is a covert columnist, a lawyer and a private analyst working in Ghana and over the African landmass.

In mask, he has explored every ills and shades of malice in Ghana and other African countries where he efficiently assembles proof for hard-hitting stories.

The current analytical piece reported by Anas is the most recent after the one on "Galamsey" which prompted a progression of assaults by authorities of the ruling party - The New Patriotic Party.

On May 6, 2018, Anas discharged number 12, so named in light of the fact that corruption was the "12th on the football crew." This report ensnared nearly the whole football organization in Ghana and brought about the President of Ghana dissolving The Ghana Football Association (GFA). The then GFA President, Kwesi Nyantakyi who was likewise an official individual from FIFA, was shot by Anas taking bribe. He was later restricted for life by FIFA.

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Worldwide officials were likewise included, for example, Kenya FIFA referee Mawa Range. He was recorded accepting USD600 before a game by Anas' investigative group acting like top Ghanaian Football Officials, leading to Mawa's withdrawal from the World Cup. Seven days before the 2018 FIFA World Cup started, the BBC discharged the report. In the weeks following, different figures, for example, Super Eagles Coach Salisu Yusuf were seen as associated with the outrage.

Two years earlier, Anas went covert for a long time to uncover a total of 34 judges occupied with corruption exercises. These appointed authorities and more than 105 legal staff were captured accepting bribes to impact judgements in Ghana's courts.

Anas has gone under danger in Ghana lately after his significant uncover of government officials of the ruling New Patriotic Party on the basis of corruption.

One of Anas' lead specialist, Amed Suale, was killed by some obscure aggressors close to his home at Medina in Accra on January 16, 2019.

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ArdentWriter · 06/27/2020
Hmmm...Anas again. Let's wait and see what he is bringing on board

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