Only corrupt people fear Anas – Jon Benjamin

Only corrupt people fear Anas – Jon Benjamin

- Former British diplomat, Jon Benjamin says he is not scared of Anas Aremeyaw Anas

- Jon Benjamin says Anas will not find any wrong doing on his side if he decides to investigate him

Former British High Commissioner to Ghana, Jon Benjamin, has disclosed that only persons engaged in corrupt practices fear undercover journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

According to Jon Benjamin, people who are not corrupt and have done nothing wrong have nothing to fear as far as Anas investigative work is concerned.

The ace investigative journalist, Anas has, over the years, unearthed corrupt practices among top-notch officials in the country and beyond.

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The journalist’s latest work is a documentary dubbed ‘Number 12’, which uncovered corruption within the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

However, Anas’ methodology in conducting his undercover investigations has been widely questioned by a Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong and some others.

The Assin MP, in his view argues that, Anas entraps persons caught in his documentaries, a situation he believes should not be countenanced.

But the former British diplomat responding to a tweet by one of his followers that Anas should probe him, too, said the journalist will find nothing against him even if he turns his attention to him.

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“My friend @anasglobal is welcome to come and investigate me. There is nothing to investigate. People who aren't corrupt and have done nothing wrong have nothing to fear,” Jon Benjamin said.

Anas corruption expose has so far indicted the President of the GFA, Kwasi Nyantakyi and a number of Ghanaian officials.

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