- Anas Aremeyaw Anas has argued that his investigative work, Number 12, was about systems and not individuals
- He added that he has not met Kwasi Nyantakyi after the release of Number 12, and he is not ready to meet with him
- Anas added that the Number 12 expose' affected Nigeria more, taking into consideration the fact that they have a bigger population
Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has disclosed that his work is about corrupt institutions, and not individuals.
According to a report by MyNewsGH.com, he added that he is not ready to meet or interact with former Ghana Football Association (GFA) president, Kwesi Nyantakyi.
“I have not come face-to-face with Nyantakyi after the release of Number 12. The exposé was not about individuals but systems and institutions.
There were about 54 people and 34 referees. I did not individualize the investigations. I have not met him and not looked out for him. I don’t usually do that,” he explained.
Anas went ahead to say that Nigeria was hit harder by the release of Number 12, because it has millions of citizens.
This, he added, was so because on the basis of social media balancing, Number 12’s impact in Nigeria was greater.
He went on to say that Nigeria’s coach was neck-deep in the scandal, and it affected them more, and so the perception that the whole exposé was all about Nyantakyi is not accurate.
Anas again stated that he has been called by several names after the release of Number 12, but said he is unfazed by such acts. promising to go all out for the bad people in society.
In his opinion, posterity will not forgive this generation if Ghana is left in the hands of criminals.
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