To say that tomorrow, all hell will break loose on Ghana is an understatement.
Once the 3 pm screening of Anas Aremeyaw Anas’s Number 12 investigative report ends, the only thing that will matter in this country is who did what to make illegal money off Ghana football.
Already, the President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi is facing the music.
The question is, who else will be implicated?
The Member of Parliament of Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has mounted an unsuccessful campaign to block the premiering of Number 12.
From the personal attack on Anas and his team members and “exposing” the identity if Anas – Kennedy Agyapong has really tried.
But some have also question Anas’ methods of uncovering corruption in the deep state levels of the Ghanaian society.
Employing the use of his many faces, pseudonyms and the support of his team, Anas often poses as a fraudulent person seeking to bribe his way to get what he wants (mostly monetary gain).
This is something, most influential people are known for engaging in.
For Anas, this is a clear situation where rich and influential people, cheat the poor man by making crooked deals on the blind side of the law, with no possibility of being arrested and probed to face the full consequences of their illegal acts.
However, with a little over 24 hours to the premiere of Number 12, here is an all-new video in which Anas makes the case for his unorthodox mode of operation:
— Anas Aremeyaw Anas (@anasglobal) June 5, 2018