- Kennedy Agyapong has been on a mission to “expose” Anas
- His latest claim is that former Chief Justice Theodora Georgina Wood manipulated the system at the Ghana Law School to give Anas a certificate
- The Law School has, however, rubbished this claim
Last week, Kennedy Agyapong vowed to expose Anas Aremeyaw Anas of all his corrupt deals.
It seems Mr. Agyapong is not yet done with Anas after his earlier claims that the investigative journalist is having illicit affair with the widower of late NPP MP, J.B. Dankwa.
Ken Agyapong has made other allegations, and now he has claimed that former Chief Justice Theodora Georgina Wood manipulated the Ghana Law School to award Anas a certificate he did not deserve.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Mynewgh, Kennedy Agyapong is accusing the former Chief Justice of dubiously helping Anas to pass his law examiniation.
Kennedy Agyapong claims he knows the lawyers who marked the exam papers of Anas and how the system was manipulated to enable Anas pass his law exams.
He claims that he has ample evidence to this claim, which he is ready to show to Ghanaians after Anas is done showing his “Number 12” on June 6.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Law School has clarified the issues.
According to them, “Anas got his law certificate on merit. He took the prescribed courses and passed. No one favored him."
Interestingly, the vice president of IMANI Africa, Kofi Bentil, has expressed shock at the allegations by Kennedy Agyapong.
Mr. Bentil has rubbished Kennedy Agyapong’s claims, stressing that he knows how Anas toiled for his certificate back in law school.
“Anas was my mate, we protected him. He was learning in my room; he would go round and do his work, then come at odd times and spend the night learning. He even joined my study class,” Kofi Bentil revealed
Hon. Agyapong has threatened to do everything possible to discourage Anas from going ahead to premier his “Number 12” investigative piece on the GFA.
He has leveled all sort of allegations, serious ones, against Anas.
“Number 12” will be premiered at the Accra International Conference Centre on 6th and 7th June, Kumasi on 9th and 10th June, Tamale on 13th June and in Takoradi on 16th June 2018
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