"You Don't Need Permit To Fight Corruption" - Anas Tells Youth

Investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has canned claims by former Attorney-General Martin Amidu he is unlicensed to do what he does as undercover investigations.

According to him, nobody needs a certificate to fight corruption in Ghana as he is doing. He also encouraged and charged the youth to fight corruption if they have to.

“If anybody feels strongly that I am not properly registered to investigate the judiciary, let him proceed to court,” he said on radio on Tuesday.

He also said on his Tuesday series of interview on radio that “I am ready to collaborate: but I collaborate with one eye opened".

The Undercover journalist also admitted that he was fallible and opined that he is bound to make mistakes in life and must not be seen as a super human, despite his quest for perfection in his works.

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Anas in conclusion said he is waiting for the day the case [judicial corruption] will be over and the CJ will vindicate him.

“My biggest day is when the results will come and for me it is like an examination and I am focused and I know about the machinations people are putting in place.  All these machinations are aimed at just making sure that I don’t concentrate on the committee sitting."

“I will feel very disappointed and I know Ghanaians will be disappointed in me if at the end of the day there is a press conference to say I didn’t get anybody," he added.


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