- Anas of the Tiger Eye PI team is set to release a new exposé
- He calls it 'Corona quacks and thieves in Ghana' and says it is to uncover people who have used COVID-19 as an opportunity to make money through illicit means
- This exposé comes after Anas' team has been silent for many months
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Anas Aremeyaw Anas from Ghana, who is one of the most dreaded undercover journalists in Africa, has dropped a snippet of his new exposé on the novel coronavirus.
The 30 seconds video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh showed a concoction that was labelled as the cure for COVID-19 when no treatment or vaccine has been discovered in the world.
The product has never surfaced in the mainstream media, which makes it clear that the manufacturers found a secretive way to sell it out to unsuspecting victims who needed a way to heal themselves or protect themselves from contracting COVID-19.
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The footage titled "Corona quacks and thieves in Ghana" is set to be aired on BBC Africa Eye and all the major stations in Ghana as well.
Anas and his Tiger Eye PI team have been quiet for some months now, having dropped two of the biggest exposés in the country’s history in the last 24 months.
In 2018, his documentary dubbed “Number 12” shook the foundations of Ghana football, implicating over 70 football officials and referees, and led to the indefinite suspension of Ghana's Football Association (GFA) President then, Kwesi Nyantakyi.
In 2019, Anas premiered “Galamsey fraud” which captured some presidential staffers allegedly seeking to circumvent laid down processes in order to give clearance for mining operations.
Meanwhile, a stunning Ghanaian nurse popularly known on social media as Akosua May has cautioned the public to take the COVID-19 preventive measures very seriously as the pandemic is very real.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of the young nurse, she clearly indicates that her close friend is now waiting in isolation for 14 days after testing positive for the novel coronavirus.
Akosua May further explains that the gentleman only attended to a COVID-19 patient as part of his normal duties and got the disease as a result.
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