The Member of Parliament (MP) for Builsa South, Dr. Clement Apaak has called on Ghanaians not to be satisfied with the dissolution of the Ghana football association, an apology and subsequent resignation of the former FA boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi.
According to the MP, if in the past, work by ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas using the Anas method to uncover evidence of corruption and malfeasance against society was enough to prosecute and convict persons involved, then his current exposé against officials of the FA should be used to take action against those implicated.
In a post shared on social media, the MP further argued that the explicit mention of the names of the President, his Vice, his Deputy Chief of Staff, some ministers and the MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong should not be a reason to undermine the revelations made by the journalist in the video which was premiered in Accra and by BBC Africa.
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FALL OUTS FROM #12- Outrage, Dissolution, An Apology and Resignation - If in the past work by Anas using the Anas method/principle uncovered evidence deemed to expose corruption and malfeasance against society/state, for which action was taken; prosecution leading to convictions - imprisonments and dismissals!
Why will anyone, nationalistic and logically sound minded, think it should be different in the case of #12 and its breathtaking revelations?
Is it because it involves the explicit mention of the names of the President, his Vice, his Deputy Chief of Staff, his Minister, his Deputy Minister and a "dreaded" NPP financier MP in a context that suggests in-depth knowledge of the actions and pronouncements of the Principal Character, Mr. Nyantakyi as captured in #12?
This issue must be viewed like others uncovered by Anas. The people of Ghana expect the same line of action other uncoverings of Anas received.
The Anas Principle is the Anas Principal, it was the same yesterday, must be the same today and must remain the same tomorrow, regardless of who its output implicates!
Simply put, the good people of Ghana cannot and must not be satisfied with a dissolution of the FA, an apology and resignation of the former FA boss.
The outrage of the people cannot be taken for granted, neither must their legitimate and logical expectations.
I remain a citizen!