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Bad news for the corrupt as Manessah is back into active investigative journalism

One of the best investigative journalist the country can boast of, Mannesah Azure Awuni has been dormant as a freelance for a while since his resignation from the Multimedia group. The man who has used his skills in investigation to protect the public purse from wanton plunder by corrupt politicians is about to bounce back and engage fully in his elements.

There cannot be a more exciting news this morning. The man who refers to himself as the 'Bongo boy' announced a while ago on his Facebook wall that, he has taken up a job as Editor-in-chief in an organization called 'The fourth Estate', a non-profit journalism project by the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA).

The purpose of the project as stated by Manessah is to focus on investigative and in-depth reporting in the areas of corruption, human rights, health, environment, and journalism that is in the interest of the people.

This means more trouble and headache for corrupt individuals. Knowing Manessah and his works, this new project will spell doom for those who will seek to work with a corrupt mind.

Manessah's track records in investigating corruption in Ghana is well documented. Some have raised him above the venerable Anas Armeyawu Anas in terms of modus operandi of his investigating processes. With him securing this job, which will bring him back into active investigation, there can never be a more terrifying news for the corrupt and nation wreckers.

Any good citizen should be excited. We here so welcome Manessah back. 

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Manessah Mannesah Azure Awuni Media Foundation for West Africa


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