Renowned investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has announced his upcoming documentary, which he claims will have a seismic impact on Ghana. In an interview with DW Africa, Anas revealed that the investigative piece would be released prior to the 2024 elections and would focus on politicians in the country.
Anas acknowledged that he had not released any work on Ghana in recent months due to the extensive effort being put into the forthcoming exposé. He emphasized that the documentary would shake the foundation of Ghana, much like his previous works, which resulted in significant consequences.
The journalist highlighted the thoroughness of his upcoming documentary, aiming to have a similar impact as his previous exposé that led to the removal of former Minister of State at the Ministry of Finance, Charles Adu Boahen.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas has faced criticism from some members of the public, particularly following his unsuccessful defamation lawsuit against Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong. In the verdict, the Accra High Court judge accused Anas of engaging in “investigative terrorism” rather than investigative journalism.
Furthermore, Anas received backlash for his documentary titled ‘Galamsey Economy,’ which implicated Charles Adu Boahen and ultimately resulted in his dismissal. Critics accused Anas of entrapping the former minister.
As Anas prepares to release his highly anticipated documentary, the public awaits the potential revelations and impacts it may have on the political landscape of Ghana.