Famous Ghanaian investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has been widely celebrated both home and abroad for his level of bravery in fighting against corruption.
The undercover journalist has over the years exposed many corruption cases through his name, shame and jail approach in Ghanaian society and even across the borders.
However, the methodology used by the journalist in conducting his undercover investigations has come up for questioning on many platforms, especially within the legal fraternity.
A number of legal practitioners have argued that some evidence gathered by Anas in many of his undercover videos are not admissible in court, since he invades the privacy of others.
Despite the argument by some lawyers, the journalist has been widely hailed across borders for ‘naming and shaming’ some corrupt personalities in Ghana.
Anas has as well created many enemies for himself through his style of undercover investigations.
Many of these 'enemies' may probably mobilize and use every necessarily ‘weapons’ available to in 'fighting' the journalist until they see an to the Tiger Eye boss and his works.
1. Kwesi Nyantakyi
The embattled Ghana Football Association President, Kwesi who was recently 'exposed' and captured on tape by Anas receiving some 'bribes' has since resigned his position. The former GFA boss is also facing full-scale police investigations
2. Justice Paul Dery
Justice Paul Uuter Dery is one of 12 High Court judges cited in judicial scandal allegedly receiving bribes from undercover journalists posing as family and friends of suspects and litigants
The suspended High Court judge is still in court fighting back investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
In 2015, Justice John Ajet-Nasam freed Mr Alfred Agbesi Woyome of any wrongdoing as far as the criminal aspect of the case regarding his receipt of a GHS 51.2 million judgement debt from the state was concerned.
4. Kennedy Agyapong
The member of Parliament for Assin Central constituency has vowed not to see eye-to-eye with Anas. The MP has described Anas as a criminal, extortionist who entraps high profile personalities into corruption to enrich himself.
5. Ibrahim Saanie Daara
The Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association, Ibrahim Saanie Daara, has sued Anas for allegedly defaming him in his undercover video which captured alleged corruption in Ghana football.
6. Lawyer Ndebugri
Ghanaian private legal practitioner, John Ndebugri has over years questioned the credibility of Anas' undercover investigations. The lawyer has many occasions accused Anas of running a secret society - Cabal – whose aim is to destroy the judiciary of Ghana.
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