- There have been rumours of possible bomb blasts happening at the premiering venues of Anas' Number 12
- Tiger Eye PI has reportedly urged the public to ignore the rumours describing them as malicious
- The team has also assured of enough security for patrons during the premieres which starts from June 6
In a last ditch attempt to scare people from patronising the premiere of Anas Aremeyaw Anas' latest exposé, some people believed to be against the exposé have been spreading rumours of possible bomb blasts at the venues.
The rumours which have been gaining grounds on social media indicate that people should not go to watch the exposé which centres on corruption in Ghana football as others were planning to attack the premiere venues.
However, Tiger Eye PI, the private investigative firm of Anas has discounted the rumours describing them as a malicious reports.
According to a Tiger Eye PI insider those reports were coming from 'wicked and corrupt' people are doing everything within their power to frustrate the team from showing the video.
"[The reports] could only amount to a figment of the imaginations of the ‘wicked and corrupt’ persons who are bent on ensuring that either the film is not shown to Ghanaians or that the events are not attended by the good people of Ghana in whose interest Tiger Eye PI and Anas have over the years braced the storm to blow the lid off corrupt individuals and their acts, ” the unnamed insider is quoted as saying by MyNewsGh.com
The Tiger Eye PI reportedly on Monday morning said the claims are rumors peddled by some faceless persons who are bent on thwarting what the team is focused on executing and must be treated with the contempt it deserves.
He said many wicked attempts purposed at scaring people away from the shows across the nation is another propagandist tool to hit a snag.
“We want to assure the public that, we are not naïve of the need for the needed security arrangements for such events. This is because we have been in this practice for a considerable number of years.
“There will be enough security, even more than has been over the years for previous premiering, especially so, considering the countless number of controversies that have surrounded this particular expose,” the insider reportedly assured.
He went further to add that "The team has been very pragmatic in ensuring that, the “Number 12” will be premiered to the nation without hitches, and this we are keen on achieving without fear or favor.”
“People running around with misinformation should be ignored since there would be enough security provided at the event and no bomb would be there," he reiterated.
The investigative piece, which is said to be on football and politics, is set to be premiered in Accra on 6th and 7th June, in Kumasi on 9th and 10th June, Tamale on 13th June and in Takoradi on 16th 2018.
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