- Anas Aremeyaw Anas says there is a successive plan for him
- The investigative journalist argues that his works will go on even in his death
- Anas has come under serious criticism by Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong for traumatizing families of his targets
Anas Aremeyaw Anas is not scared of death. The investigative journalist as revealed that even though his life is in mortal danger, all that matters to him is the ability of his team, Tiger Eye PI, to continue his investigative works.
" If I should die today, I know I have a team of colleagues who are capable of continuing what I am doing," he revealed in an interview on Joy FM on Thursday, June 28th.
Since the viewing of the explosive Number 23 video which got the entire country shocked by the blatant allegation of corruption in the GFA, there have been questions over how the successive plan(s) of Anas will be once he is gone.
Anas revealed in the interview that death will never quench his thirst of uncovering corruption in Ghana's public and private sectors.
Meanwhile, maverick politician, Kennedy Agyapong, is still on an avid search for justice against the investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas for airing the Number 12 video.
The investigative journalist, on July 28th, appeared on major radio platforms including Joy FM to answer questions from Ghanaians regarding his investigations.
In one of his conversations, Anas revealed he was never remorseful over the decision to show parts of the video to the president and vice.
Kennedy Agyapong believes Anas Aremeyaw has used dubious means to come out with his investigative works. According to the Assin Central member of parliament, many families have been ruined and left traumatized by the deeds of Anas Aremeyaw Anas.