Anas Breaks Silence Says “Number 12” Will Bring Sanity And Transparency


Anas Breaks Silence Says “Number 12” Will Bring Sanity And Transparency

anasAce investigative Ghanaian journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has revealed the reason behind his recent exposé.

Dubbed “Number 12″, in the opinion of the feared journalist is his  most challenging workpiece in his over a decade of undercover journalism.

In a lengthy write up on his Facebook page, titled Of Ghana’s Sporting Heroes and Villains: The Silent Musings Of Anas Aremaeyaw Anas”, he chronicled his thoughts on Ghana football and what to expect in the exposé.

He has for the first time ever since excerpts and details of the work started to pop up paid glowing tribute to the likes of  Samuel Osei Kufour, Joe Debrah, Ali Ibrahim, Baba Musah, Casola Dacosta and other unsung heroes who played key roles in Ghana sports.

Revealing the reason behind this investigative piece, he said he carried out the assignment for the poor people, the duped, the fans and journalists as far as the game is concerned in order to bring more sanity and transparency to the game of football.

“It is for these poor folks, the duped, long suffering fans and the numerous sports journalists some of whom I have mentioned here – journalists who get to work at the crack of dawn and stay late to bring up-to-date news to the public – that I have undertaken this “Number 12” assignment.

“It is for the sake of more sanity and transparency that I have decided to scrape clean this tainted football system for a fresh start.”

He revealed that Ghana football will not be same after the expose as only few and honest persons will be left to standing to start a rebuilding process.

“The very foundation of Ghana football will collapse in a heap, to be rebuilt by the concerned sports journalists and the honest football people who will remain standing.
Hold your breath for the explosive exposé in the coming days.”

So far the President of the Ghana football Association, Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi is under investigations, whilst Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways, Anthony Karbo is scheduled for a showdown with the police next week.

Interestingly, those who have had the opportunity to watch the video have revealed that more and more people will go down.

Anas’ mentor, Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako has corroborated that assertion by saying “Any person trapped there cannot redeem himself…Anas doesn’t make allegation… anybody caught there and seen by the public would be in big, big trouble”.

Anas Breaks Silence Says “Number 12” Will Bring Sanity And Transparency
Frank A. Hartmann.