Renowned undercover journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has revealed that he is preparing to release a groundbreaking documentary that has the potential to shake the foundation of Ghana prior to the 2024 elections. Known for his hard-hitting investigative work, Anas hinted that this upcoming exposé will focus on politicians and is expected to have a significant impact on the country’s political landscape.
In a recent interview with DW Africa, Anas expressed his dedication to ensuring that all potential questions are answered in this latest investigative piece before its release. He emphasized the importance of the documentary, stating that it might be his final project before the upcoming elections. Furthermore, Anas hinted at the international nature of some of the other projects he is working on, but he highlighted that this particular one will specifically address issues within Ghana, leaving no stone unturned.
“The work that I am doing now might be the last before we get into the elections. But already the signs are very clear and I can tell you that the foundation would be shaken once again.
“There are a couple of international ones that are about to be released. But this one talking to you as a Ghanaian, I mean the foundation of Ghana would be shaken,” Anas said in the interview.
Anas has faced criticism in the past, such as when he lost a defamation lawsuit against Member of Parliament Kennedy Agyapong, who referred to him as a thief and extortionist. The presiding judge of the Accra High Court, while ruling in favor of Agyapong, described Anas’ investigative methods as “investigative terrorism.” Additionally, his documentary on the “Galamsey Economy,” which led to the dismissal of Charles Adu Boahen, the then Minister of State at the Ministry of Finance, was met with criticism, with accusations of entrapment.
With his upcoming documentary, Anas aims to address these criticisms and deliver a compelling and thorough investigation that will have a profound impact on Ghanaian society. As the release date draws nearer, anticipation builds for what is expected to be a thought-provoking and revealing exposé, potentially shaping the political landscape of Ghana leading up to the 2024 elections.