Ace Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has been spotted at the funeral of the mother of his boss, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako.
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Anas showed up in his signature outfit, wearing a long black ankle-length attire with his beaded cap covering his face.
The ace investigative journalist shared photos from the funeral service on his official Facebook page.
He captioned the photos," We mourn with our father and mentor, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako, as he lays our mother to rest."
As usual of typical Ghanaians and their opinions, they shared some reactions to this post.
Gershon Awudi offered his sincere condolences.
Long time bro. Sincere condolences to Senior K. Baako and yourself.
Ike Nanayaw Asumah aside offering his condolences, quizzed why Anas has not been able to find the killers of his partner.
so up until now u haven’t been able to investigate and brought out the one who killed ur partner? if it were to someone anka fast naaa u do am so u can take land and other stuffs. Anyways my condolences to kwaku Baako.
Abass Sariki DE Hero was happy about his service to the country.
Thanks for your service to mother Ghana.
HE Osei Kwadwo-Adusei believes Anas denying himself freedom is equal to being in jail.
Denying yourself freedom of movement and expression is worse than being in jail. So are you happy with this life you’ve chosen???
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Abdullai Suleiman offered his condolences.
My brother our condolences to him through u. May Allah protect u and accept our brother Ahmed Suale in Aljannnatul Firdaus.
Tijani Dudek aside offering his condolences believes Anas has turned a blind eye to the Electoral Commission's dealings
Didn't u see wat has de EC did to Ghanaians, up to now u haven't done anything.my condolences to him.
In other news, the European Union Election Observation Mission to Ghana 2020 (EU EOM) said the 2020 general elections organised by the Jean Mensa-led Electoral Commission (EC) were “efficiently organised and competitive.
Presenting the mission’s final report at a press conference in Accra, Chief Observer, Javier Nart, noted that voters participated freely in large numbers and that the process “successfully met a range of international standards.”
The EU EOM's final report is a comprehensive assessment of the electoral process that builds on the initial findings of the preliminary statement, which was issued shortly after the elections in December.
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