Investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas in collaboration with CNN has produced another expose’ on press freedom and how deadly it is to practice journalism in Ghana. Anas has been off the scene for a while and little did we work know he was preparing another content. Anas whose brand has become a house hold name in Africa and the world for his job as an investigative journalist and putting himself on the line to expose the evil deeds of People.
Heartbreaking Exposé : Sheikh in COVID Vaccine Deal is not an Emirati, but an alleged Top Politician
The controversies and arguments surrounding the procurement of Sputnik V vaccines into the country by the Health Minisiter, to fight against the deadly disease never seem to be ending anytime soon. The answers and responses given by the Health Minisiter, Hon. Kwaku Agyemang-Manu so far have even put more flames in the already unstoppable fire.
Award-winning investigative journalist, and legal practitioner, Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his investigative tiger eye team are set to broadcast his latest exposé dubbed 'Corona Quacks and Thieve' which is slatted to take place today, Monday, June 29, 2020 on BBC Africa Eye and televisions stations across Ghana. The new analytical piece is required to expose the degenerate dealings in regards to the novel coronavirus pandemic and how certain people specically health workers and traditional herbalist are bringing
Thank you for clicking on this article to read. Please do well to Follow this page for more News and Updates for your reading pleasure. Thank you. The British Broadcasting Corporation has brought to light another cover up on human trafficking and modern day slavery currently going on in Kuwait. In a video sighted online, the undercover agents make various enquires concerning their wish to buy or trade for maids. It is shocking to see that these women being sold off as maids and house helps are from across many
Anas Aremeyaw Anas is an investigative journalist who originates from Bimbilla in the northern Ghana. He schooled at the Christian Methodist Senior High School in Accra. He grew up at Burma camp- a millitary barracks in Accra with his two sisters. He also attended the Ghana Institute of Journalism. He is currently the leader of an investigative group know as the "tiger eye pi". His style of journalism has raised concerns among many Ghanaians starting from the exposé on corrupt customs officers, to an exposé