Anas alarmed by my 'Who watches the watchman' video – Ken Agyapong
The Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong says Undercover Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas is much hit by his footage on his dubious investigative operations hence his decision to grant several interviews today.
“Why do you think he’s decided to grant interviews everywhere? I hear he’s billed to be interviewed on Joy FM, Starr FM and others tomorrow. It’s so clear he’s been hit by my investigations on him. Dankatoa!”
The ace politician in an interview with Kasapa 102.5 FM on Wednesday night just after the premiering of his most talked about exposé video, dubbed: Who watches the watchman, at the forecourt of Ken City Media at Madina in Accra said he’s not done yet with Anas and will go the full hog to ensure he exposes the investigative journalist on his misdeeds too as well.
“This is not the end of it all. In the coming days, I’ll also show Anas in different recordings deceiving people to take money as gifts and he later capturing them to put out there, What kind of cruelty is that? he told Kasapa FM’s Kwaku Opare Adasuoko.
He insisted he’s always been right with his claims that Anas is a dishonest person.
The 45 minutes video ostensibly a parallel exposé video on the undercover journalist by MP, Ken Agyapong drew huge crowd to the forecourt of Ken City Media at Madina in Accra.
On June 6, 2018, the Tiger Eye PI premiered the Anas’s investigative video titled Number 12 at the Accra International Conference Centre which centered on the rot in Ghana football.
In a secret recording, the video captured over a hundred football officials including referees and match commissioners receiving bribes to compromise their fairness in soccer matches.
The embattled former President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Kwesi Nyantakyi who’s currently being investigated by the Criminal Investigations Department of the Police Service for using President Akufo Addo’s name for influence peddling stated that the President is open to pocketing a $5 million bribe, claiming Akufo-Addo sold most of his property to finance the 2016 election and as such was broke.
Nyantakyi said he had been reliably informed by Anthony Karbo, the deputy roads and highways minister, that given Akufo-Addo’s dire financial situation, he would greatly appreciate a $5 million dollar “gift” and in turn approve lucrative contracts for Nyantakyi and his team.