President of Citizen Eye Ghana (CITEG), Alex Kwaku Tetteh, has accused Anas Aremeyaw Anas, of being a very corrupt man despite the fact that he deals in investigative works which seeks to bring an end to corruption related activities.
According to Mr. Tetteh, Anas has been partial in all his exposé works over the years.
He based his claims on the fact that Anas has been clueless with regards to his investigative work, adding that, he handled Adu Boahen’s case unprofessionally.
“If someone is working under the President, he can create an audience with the President for someone who seeks his help and when he is able to do this, that person can give him something small as a reward. So maybe it’s the number of rewards that they get. We are in this country, and I’ve seen a minister who signed a document and was given 1.6 million dollars” said Alex Kwaku Tetteh.
Meanwhile Executive Director of the Media Foundation of West Africa (MFWA) Sulemana Braimah has argued that the Special Prosecutor Kissi Agyebeng ought to recuse himself from being a part of the investigations.
He contended that the investigations be handed over to the Deputy Special Prosecutor after Mr. Agyebeng has publicly announced his non-involvement in the matter.
“Giving the relationship between Mr. Kissi Agyebeng as the head of the investigating institution and Anas Aremeyaw Anas, as the one whose work contains the allegations of corruption against Charles Adu Boahen, is it not just appropriates that Mr. Kissi Agyebeng recuses himself from the investigations. That will be the surest way to avoid any possible legitimate accusations of conflict of interest and other forms of distractions that may affect the propriety of investigations into the matter by the OSP.
“It is my conviction that it will be in the interest of both the OSP and the nation, for Kissi Agyebeng as SP to make it publicly known that he is personally recusing himself from the investigations related to the allegations of corruption from Anas’ work. The Deputy SP can be made to lead the investigations on the allegations against Charles Adu Boahen from Anas’ publication,” he argued.