- Anas Aremeyaw Anas has hinted of the potential fall of ‘big people'
- His upcoming documentary, ‘Number 12’ is an exposé on corruption in Ghana
Ghana's most celebrated investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has talked up the expected consequences of his new documentary scheduled for free viewing on the 6th and 7th June, 2018.
The TigerEye Private Investigation production is expected to name and shame some significant individuals in the Ghanaian society whose misconduct and greed have, according to Anas, “become the norm”.
‘Number 12’ is the latest of Anas' private investigations caught on video.
The journalist has garnered public praise and accolades due to the success of his works ranging from revealing maltreatment of children in an orphanage to bribe-taking judges.
Talk of what is about to be revealed is already rife among Ghanaians. It has been discussed on talk shows on TV and radio while social media is awash with strong opinions.
Views monitored by YEN.com. indicate that many are expectant because of the general anti-corruption mood in the country.
The documentary, which has been touted by Anas since January of this year at the National Media Festival in Bolgatanga, is expected to identify 60 individuals whom the journalist fears might try to flee the country in order to avoid embarrassment and punishment.
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