For sometime now, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has become a household name because of the unique journalistic prowess he boasts of.
One of the most predominantly raised issues about Anas’ activities have to do with his method of achieving his goal of which many have labelled as enticement or deliberate attempt to entangle ‘victims’ in rot. Others, however, feel that his method is equally clean and reasonable.
Check out the featured note on BBC about Anas below:
Anas Aremeyaw Anas on BBC’s Outlook programme.
“He’s a trained lawyer-turned-investigative reporter from Ghana, and a frequent presenter of the BBC’s Africa Eye.
In his nearly 20 years working undercover he’s exposed sex trafficking rings, corrupt judges, and top football officials fixing matches. He goes deep undercover during investigations, and he’s disguised himself as a psychiatric patient, a janitor in a brothel and even as a rock in a barren landscape.
His work has led to numerous convictions, but his methods are sometimes dangerous and controversial. His latest investigation for BBC Africa Eye is called Corona Quacks, exposing the sale in Ghana of fake ‘cures’ for coronavirus”.
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