Anas shows up at Conference Centre hours before premiere of explosive video

Anas shows up at Conference Centre hours before premiere of explosive video

- Anas Aremeyaw Anas has appeared at the Conference Centre hours before the viewing of his video

- Hundreds of Ghanaians have trooped into the centre ahead of the premiere

- Former president of the republic, John Agyakum Kufuor, has had the chance to watch the full explosive video by Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has appeared at the Accra International Conference Center (AICC) where his video on the corrupt practices in Ghana football will be shown.

Checks by YEN.com.gh show that hundreds of Ghanaians have turned up at the conference center hours early before the premiering of the video. So far, there have been excerpts of the video on social media and it has generated much heat and controversy.

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Security is tight at the venue with high-tech scanners and heavy presence of the police deployed to ensure safety.

Anas shows up at Conference Centre hours before premiere of explosive video

Anas shows up at Conference Centre hours before premiere of explosive video

The mood of the former president after watching the video has been that of shock, anger, and tears, reports say.

Kufuor's reaction after watching the disturbing video has been a call for all the perpetrators to be brought to book under the justice of the law.

I want the nation to be shocked by this practice, this evil. I believe Ghana is a country of laws and the investigations should be put to work and the outcomes be applied strictly according to law, Kufuor revealed to Anas after watching the video.

Thousands of Ghanaians across the country will watch the explosive video at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) today, June 6th and June 7th. Already, tickets have run out as many others scuffle for the ones left.

So far, The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has made some changes at its top hierarchy following an emergency meeting. To this end, the head of the MTN FA Cup committee, Kurt Okraku, has been appointed as the new vice president of the GFA.

It is not clear what might have triggered this decision by the football association but there are suspicions this could be a timely reaction to the premiering of the investigative piece by Anas Aremeyaw Anas of Tiger Eye PI

The BBC World Service released an exclusive video of the 'Number 12' investigative piece by the controversial journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

The video, which shows parts of the much-anticipated video by Anas, has scenes of referees and powerful faces under the Ghana Football Association (GFA), exchange wads of cash - both in local and foreign currencies - just to influence the outcomes of matches played by the Ghana Black Stars and other local leagues in the country.

Anas Aremeyaw Anas has been respected as the most feared investigative journalist in Africa. Having used deep investigative skills to uncover grave cases of corruption in Ghana and across the African continent.

The investigative journalist uncovered so many corrupt practices from the Tema Ports, Judiciary, Police department and now the Ghana Football Association.

READ ALSO: BBC drops first one minute of Anas' explosive video

There is no denying the fact that so many people want to clear Anas off their path. He is an investigative journalist and would do everything possible to get in his way and if possible annihilate him. It is for this reason that Anas would always have to watch his steps just so he does not risk losing everything he spent years building.

Ghana Trends: How Anas Aremeyaw Anas Сaused a Stir With Latest Investigation | Yen.com.gh

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