General News of Fri, 1 Jun 201845
May God strike me dead if i don't expose corrupt Anas – Ken Agyapong
The fracas between Kennedy Agyapong and the whistle blower Anas Aremeyaw Anas is far from over as the former has threatened to publish a video which captures the investigative journalist taking bribe.
The no nonsense legislator who recently flooded the internet with images purported to be the award-winning journalist has vowed to go any length to blow Anas’ cover even at the expense of his life.
He consequently vowed to screen his own investigative documentary on Anas to show Ghanaians that the ‘invincible’ Anas is not clean after all.
Mr Agyapong alleges he has a video in which Anas is reported to have confessed to a state prosecutor of receiving $100,000 bribe wondering why the person seeking equity does not approach equity with clean hands.
He has thus sworn to also premiere the video in his possession after June 6 to show the kind of person, Anas Aremeyaw Anas is, insisting he does not make allegations in the vacuum.
The MP for Assin Central speaking on Kumasi –based radio station Fox FM swore that if he does not premiere his piece after Anas’ much awaited #Number12, God should strike him dead.
He said, “I will show Anas confessing to a state Attorney that he has taken $100,000 bribe if I don’t show may the living God kill me.”
Huffing and puffing in his delivery, the angry Kennedy Agyapong said, “Let Anas premiere his (investigative video on the June 6), I will also premiere my video titled “WHO WATCHES THE WATCHMAN, so he should be ready.
“I will fight till my last breath to prove to the whole world that Anas is corrupt. He is an extortionist, a blackmailer and hardened a criminal. He is also evil and I will prove my point, I have my evidence that which I’ve gathered. The evil that men do lives after them,” he added.
Meanwhile Abdul Malik Kweku Baako, Editor-In-Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, maintains that the claims made by the lawmaker against the journalists are untenable and mere speculations calling on him and other NPP members to stop the attacks.
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