Some social media users have advised investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, on where next to take his Tiger Eye.
This follows his explosive exposé on the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and especially its president, Kwesi Nyantakyi.
Nyantakyi was caught in a secret recording meddling in all sorts of corrupt deals, and his action has sparked controversy in Ghana.
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He has thus resigned amidst pressure, however, Nyantakyi has vowed to sue Anas for defaming him and his family.
Following this investigative piece themed ‘Number 12’, Ghanaians believe that Anas must not stop there, rather he should go ahead and investigative other state agencies which they believe are corrupt.
They made their views known in a survey conducted on the official Facebook page of YEN.com.gh.
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Some of the agencies listed by these social media users include the Ghana Education Service (GES), the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC), Anas’ own backyard, the media, public schools including the university and various training schools, the Jubilee House, the passport office, and NLA, among many others.
These Ghanaians believe that the institutions and agencies mentioned are too corrupt, but with Anas’ help, the corruption could be eliminated.
Read some of the comments here:
Meanwhile, Kwesi Nyantakyi has vowed to seek redress in court following Anas' exposé on him.
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