The international news agency, BBC World Service, has released an exclusive video of the 'Number 12' investigative piece by the controversial journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
The video, which shows parts of the much-anticipated video by Anas, has scenes of referees and powerful faces under the Ghana Football Association (GFA), exchange wads of cash - both in local and foreign currencies - just to influence the outcomes of matches played by the Ghana Black Stars and other local leagues in the country.
This video, according to the BBC, will be an 'earthquake' which will shake the very core of Ghana football forever.
Just moments before the premiering, the entire country has run short of tickets for the event with thousands of Ghanaians besieging the forecourts of media houses to secure a ticket for June 6th.
So far, Anas remains focused in showing the video despite harsh criticism and threats from some political figures like the MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas has been respected as the most feared investigative journalist in Africa. Having used deep investigative skills to uncover grave cases of corruption in Ghana and across the African continent.
An earthquake is coming. #BBCAfricaEye is about to bring you the inside story about @anasglobal's explosive investigation into football. Will the game in Africa ever be the same again? #number12 #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/Z2d7taQt65— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) June 5, 2018
The investigative journalist uncovered so many corrupt practices from the Tema Ports, Judiciary, Police department and now the Ghana Football Association.
There is no denying the fact that so many people want to clear Anas off their path. He is an investigative journalist and would do everything possible to get in his way and if possible annihilate him.
It is for this reason that Anas would always have to watch his steps just so he does not risk losing everything he spent years building.