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Ghana’s foundation will be shaken before 2024 election – Anas Aremeyaw Anas

Ghana’s foundation will be disturbed before the 2024 election, according to Anas.

The well-known investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has revealed that he will soon release a film that will rock Ghana to its very core.

According to Anas, the documentary, which would be a look into some lawmakers in the nation, will be released prior to the 2024 elections.

The journalist who made these comments in an interview on DW Africa also said that due of the work being done on the planned exposé, he hasn’t published any articles on Ghana for a few months.
“The work I’m doing right now could be the last before the elections. But the warning signs are already there, and I can already see that the ground will quake once more.

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There are a few international ones that will soon be available. The foundation of Ghana would be disturbed, he continued, referring to the person who was speaking to you in his native Ghana.

In order for the new documentary to have the same impact as the previous one, which resulted in Charles Ade Boahen’s dismissal as the former Minister of State at the Ministry of Finance, he said, he is being meticulous with it.

Aremeyaw Anas After losing his defamation action against Kennedy Agyapong, the member of parliament for Assin Central, Anas has recently come under fire from a segment of the public.

In a recent ruling on a defamation lawsuit brought by Anas, the Accra High Court’s presiding judge chastised him for allegedly engaging in “investigative terrorism” rather than investigative journalism.

The journalist also came under fire for his “Galamsey Economy” documentary, which named Charles Adu Boahen as a suspect and resulted in the former minister’s dismissal. Some claimed that the journalist had set up the former minister.



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