Anas Aremeyaw Anas as he is known for is always on the move in bringing to Ghanaians illegalities that have been embedded deep down under sheets that the Ghanaian man’s eye cannot see. Anas is applauded for his risk-taking spirit and how he manages to pull this off.
Recently, Anas has been silent and not spoken or tweeted on his social media platforms about almost anything. This has raised concerns as many Ghanaians assume that he has nothing more to present since Ghanaian leaders are now in the right path. This might only be an assumption since Anas is known for taking his time and waiting for years until he strikes.
Earlier yesterday, the appearance of Anas Aremeyaw Anas at an occasion ‘journalists conference’ has caused stir till these hours. It was a keynote address by Nana Addo to African journalists and Anas was not left out as he stole the entire show. Anas stormed the house in his usual grand style and is still making waves ever since. Could anything much bigger be on the way from the tiger eye? Comment below and share.
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