Ace investigative journalist, Anass Aremiyawu Anass has joined other dignitaries as the mother of Abdul Malik Kweku Baako is laid to rest.
The Editor in Chief of the New Crusading Guide News Paper is the boss of Anass Aremiyawu Anass as he worked closely with him.
Mr. Baako lost his mother on 6th of March 2021 at the Ghana Maritime Authority Hospital after some short illness.
At the burial grounds today, Anass Aremiyawu Anass arrives in his usual dressing which he used to disguise himself to prevent people from knowing him.
Below are some of the images,
Before joining Tiger Eye PI, Anass was working under Kweku Baako as a reporter and he still work some times with his boss.
Anass has won many awards for his work especially on corruption, including the best investigative journalist in Africa.
His investigative pieces covers a lot of areas including corruption, child trafficking and others in neighboring Countries like Nigeria and other African Countries.
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