Anas Aremeyaw Anas, one of Africans best undercover journalist released a video of Fake medications that are given to people by herbal practitioners at a very high price. The video was titled Corona quacks and was aired by British Broadcasting Corporation ( BBC) and other local TV stations like Citi FM and TV3.
Ghanaians were not really impressed by the exposure and blasted him, for the keeping their hopes high. Ghanaians were expecting something from corrupt government officials and medical practitioners but Anas swerved them.
Honourable Kennedy Agyapong, the member for parliament for Assin Central under the flag of the New Patriotic Party (Party) has always been on the neck of Anas Aremeyaw Anas and has threatened him several times to expose him for his corrupt actions in his journalism. On several occasions, Kennedy Agyapong has defamed the undercover journalist and Kweku Baako, a political commentator and analyst who raised Anas to become who is he is today.
Kennedy Agyapong was fined for some of his defamatory comments against Anas and Kweku Baako and was also asked to apologize to them.
Even after all this Kennedy Agyapong and his team will still not stop attacking Anas for his good work in Africa.
Anas has calmly responded to his attackers by saying he is not interested in pulling anyone down as Kennedy Agyapong thinks, he is just interested in addressing issue that no journalist want to address and help put a stop to it and so shame on all his attackers for thinking he was going to release a video to pull top government officials down.
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