Anas Aremeyaw Anas has chosen a very peculiar route of journalism, one that calls for a fearless, witty person. His plays the part quite well. His narratives are not only highly creative but are also result-oriented. When Anas starts something, he will surely see it to the end.
Anas’s motto is ‘’name, shame and jail.’ He was once referred to as the symbol of an independent press by president Barrack Obama who commended his fearless videos. In one interview while explaining why he chooses his methods of work, he said that most Ghanaians like to run away from the truth by saying there was no evidence, so he gives them the whole package; the offender plus hardcore evidence. Let’s get to know this morality champion more.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas profile
Who is Anas Aremeyaw Anas? Anonymity is the most important tool in his work and information on Anas is scattered. Most times he appears in public with his trade mark beaded face mask. Anas is a wise man who knows his work involves stinging the mighty and powerful, so revenge is always lingering around him.
He is not always the guy in the mask. Sometimes a friend or security guard of his dresses up like him and the real Anas is publicly exposed, but nobody can guess. Anas Aremeyaw Anas on BBC got everyone excited as he ‘unmasked’.Knowing him well, you shouldn’t be so sure the unmasked person was Anas. How old are Anas Aremeyaw? The age of Anas is unknown but can be estimated as he is said to be born in the late 1970’s?
Anas Aremeyaw Anas educational background is vaguely known, besides attending the University of Ghana for a journalism degree. Some sources say he also studied law but didn’t do his bar exams. Judging from his familiarity with court procedures, it’s probably true.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas family
Anas Aremeyaw Anas latest news opened up to Anas first family after his mother passed away at the age of 62. He is originally from Bimbilla in the Northern side of Ghana. Anas grew up in a military barracks. No wonder not even death seems to scare him. His mother Mariam Damba left behind a husband, Anas and his two sisters Karimatu Anas and Humu Kulsum Anas. He has no wife; he chooses instead to fight corruption in Ghana.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas on Al Jazeera
Ghana police news is the most common in this channel where none of Anas works goes un-featured. His fight against the corrupt Ghana police service began in 1999. Dubbed ‘’the burger story’’, Anas posed as a hawker to expose officers that took bribes from traders and drivers along the Accra highway.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas eyes of God was the deepest cut of them all so far so good. The video filmed judges and court clerks conspiring with criminals and receiving bribe to give unfair judgment. Anas Aremeyaw Anas stories on judges are still causing turmoil as he is doing follow ups to have all the filthy judges out of the system. Already, 20 have been dismissed.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas new video is out, and all dirty policemen have reasons to start packing up. He has called it ‘’Bad Cops ‘’ and exposes how policemen have been involved in propelling the otherwise avoidable road accidents on the Ghana roads.
The moment this James Bond of journalism features you on the wrong side of the law, there is no redemption. He is one of the most influential people in Ghana. Single-handedly, Anas hands you over plus all evidence needed for prosecution. With his faceless identity, most public officers are becoming upright as they never know if this guy proposing a juicy black deal could be Anas himself.