It goes without saying that Anas Aremeyaw Anas has been working in a new case and the whole of Ghana stands awaiting the new release. His new billboards that promise yet another revolution and this time among some high officials in government are awaited and Ghana is watching. His new expose is to be expected in June this year. Sources claim that this new Anas documentary should be expected to cause even more ripples than his judges video. Top politicians and administrators better be on the look out for this new documentary and be weary of his new findings as Anas Aremeyaw Anas goes hard in his expose videos.
The award winning and highly notable Ghanaian investigative journalist has outdone himself once more. With his latest press release of yet another eye opening investigation, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has given us a peak into the corruption of the police in Ghana. He has also gone ahead and given a detailed outlook of the implications of such actions to the Ghanaian nation. This documentary takes him undercover as an undercover MTTU officer.
MTTU officers are a division of the Ghanaian police department that are responsible for traffic regulations. According to Anas aremeyaw Anas documentary, we see a detailed outline of the depth of the problem of corruption on Ghana’s roads. This Anas video goes on ahead to reveal exactly how these corrupt officers go about the process of obtaining these bribes.
As is Anas’ nature, he first goes ahead and finds out exactly what the cause and top priorities of these officers are. He then briefly lists the required expectations which include
- To prevent and detect motor crimes and offenses
- To prevent and life loss and damage to property on the roads
- Ensuring the free flow of motor traffic
- Arrest and prosecute motor offenders
- Education to all road users
Seemingly easy to follow rules, Anas Aremeyaw Anas latest video comes as a contradiction to that statement. He joins a team of the MTTU and together they answer to calls of issues on the Ghanaian roads. A good case study as perceptibly viewed in his new video, is when a woman with a road offense speaks to officers sighting her views and confidently seeking consideration. This goes to show that the corrupt nature of the MTTU officers is so widespread to the point of expectation from citizens. As expected, it plays out that the woman pays a bribe of a few credits and is set free.
The Anas Aremeyaw Anas documentary titled bad cops goes to further expose a series of events where the police unit, the MTTU and also with some city guards use their power to gain money as opposed to doing what their job describes. This kind of corrupt behavior is so widespread and rampant that junior members of this force as seen in his documentary collaborate on some cases with their senior counterparts.
It is orchestrated to the point where an officer can play bad cop and bring in a seemingly nicer cop to come and negotiate the cost of getting out of whatever scenario or situation the offender finds themselves in. The shocking part in this new video released is the expectation of citizens and civilians of the corruption. While in the west it may be taken with a hint of surprise, the corruption by officers in the streets and roads of Ghana is as expected and known as the sun rise.
His videos however as expected do not come without criticism. Speaking to Jefferson Sackey of Jefferson reports in Toronto Canada, Anas videos show that even when caught red handed on camera, some people still go on record to claim the inferiority and unreliability of the footage. Such claims however have not prevented this acclaimed journalist from going to great lengths to seek out and expose the truth. Anas shows that more and more Ghanaians will continue to loose their lives as a result of corruption and negligence by the people being paid to ensure they are protected.
In Anas' story, we see that not all officers are corrupt greedy fellows. Some few MTTU officers are actually law abiding but with the heightened number of corrupt officers the whole unit suffers a great deal. Not only are the junior officers corrupt, the senior officers are worse and thus cannot control their subordinates.
Upcoming expose documentary
With his usual air of anonymity and his calm demeanor, Anas Aremeyaw Anas shared that he is on yet another top secret mission. Without exposing a tidbit of information he says that he does not like what he is seeing. Not one bit. He seemed anxious to share his recent findings and shake up a new sector serving justice and truth to the involved parties. We cannot help but wonder what Anas Aremeyaw Anas 2018 and his team have under their sleeves.
With his courage and passion for his work, we all await patiently for him to expose some new dirt with the belief that good things take time. Anas’ extreme and dangerous style of photography is causing ripples that are not only making headlines but also initiating real justice with hard evidence. His line of work requires toughness of spirit and perseverance as a single documentary can take months up to years to be able to see the light of day. It also goes without mentioning that such kind of work needs a brace heart.
Most notable moments of Anas Aremeyaw Anas
Anas Aremayaw Anas 2017 has received multiple journalism awards and continues to make Ghana proud by keeping his promise to name, shame and jail rogue participants of crime against humanity. His toil has put many a criminals behind bars and this has led to his global recognition. One such event was when former US president Barack Obama pointedly gave props to his work naming him an influential leader. The Anas Aremeyaw Anas Obama mention catapulted the brave reporter’s name even further.
In the year 2008, Anas received two different awards from the US and France for his work on human trafficking. The awards were the Heroes Acting to End Modern-Day Slavery Award And the Every Human Has Rights Award respectively.
In the year following year he not only received a journalism award from CNN multi choice Africa but also received a cash prize along with other great African journalists. He also bagged two more awards on his impeccable work and spirit that year.
The Lorenzo Natali award was awarded to him in the following year and not to mention another journalism award was given to him from India. The recognition proceeded in the years 2013, 2014 and 2015 where Anas bagged the African Achievers Award, Engaged Journalism Award and the Leading Global Leaders award. This was between countless articles and television interviews as he gained more and more recognition across the world.
In a recent 2016 survey, Anas Aremeyaw Anas latest video was mentioned as one of the years most influential Ghanaians. He continues to work hard to bring social justice seemingly still grounded, as careful as ever in spite of all the praises.
Other work by Anas Aremeyaw Anas
Anas has covered a lot of stories and brags a 20 year experience in his line of work. His first story was filmed in 1999 and was named The Burger Story. In this case Anas went undercover as a street vendor/ hawker and exposed how police officers on one of Accra’s major highways took bribes from un-liscenced hawkers. This paved his way and he followed up this work with another film in 2003 dubbed torture in the High Seas.
In the April of 2005, Anas Aremeyaw Anas video again brought to the worlds attention another tragedy in a documentary he named Bole Rebel Raid. This was a story regarding human rights being neglected as Ivorian rebels caused chaos in Ghana’s border towns subjecting the people to abuse as well as torture.
The Eurofood Scandal then followed in June of 2006 and again the world was in awe of human evilness as Anas showed graphic scenes of Eurofood using expired flour to produce food for consumption not only in Ghana but also in other parts of Africa. That same year he produced one of his bravest works to date dubbed the Torture chamber of Bangkok Prisons. In this expose documentary he was able to help save Ghanaian inmates from the hands of merciless treatment in the foreign prison.
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In 2007 he went undercover in his expose documentary in a Ghanaian brothel producing Soja Bar Prostitution and the following year he outdid himself again in the Dons Exposed Human trafficking piece. A relentless man with a seemingly unquenchable thirst for justice, Anas Aremeyaw Anas did not stop there. He proceeded to follow up his Ghana documentary with several other works including;
- Imams school of shock
- Inside Ghanas mad house
- In the interest of the state
- Orphans home of hell- Osu
- Enemies of the nation
- Dons of the forest
- Deadly gold
- Wild Ghana project
- Spirit child
Anas Aremeyaw Anas continues to take initiative to bring change and puts his life at risk to bring justice by use of hardcore evidence. He is a highly celebrated leader but seems to only get more aggressive as time goes by. Having spread his wings beyond the boarders of Ghana and gone across the continent and globally, he is a real hero with many faces. The Anas Aremeyaw Anas judges video is a sign that goes to show this man is willing to do whatever it takes to bring justice even when it means exposing the corrupt justice system. We are keeping our eyes and ears open awaiting the next truth Anas Aremeyaw Anas will serve to the table. Below is Anas video, Bad Cops