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Reggae music carries me on – Anas reveals.

Celebrated investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas (@anasglobal) has revealed that reggae music is what urges him on.

“I won’t die for music but my pieces of reggae would carry me on… comfortably I can do Gramps Morgan,” Anas told Bola Ray, host of Starr Chat, Wednesday. 156 more words


I'm not worried about threats on my life - Anas tells BBC

Celebrated Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, says he is focused on his job despite the growing threats on his life and that of his family. 283 more words

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Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas removed his mask in an interview on BBC

Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has made a rare public appearance, removing his trademark mask in an interview with the BBC.

In the interview in Accra with the BBC’s Sammy Darko, Anas took off the hood that normally covers his face, and with which he has become synonymous in recent times. 28 more words

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Amidu Must Stop Persecuting Anas Aremeyaw Anas

This is interesting and funny.  Martin Amidu wants to strip Anas Aremeyaw Anas naked? As what? A lawyer or Ghanaian? Today, Martin Amidu who has failed to fight corruption as Attorney General and Minister of Justice now wants Ghanaians to believe that he is worthy of challenging tactics a journalist used to expose judiciary corruption? 1,181 more words


Anas New Video Pops Up

Lawyers representing some court clerks indicted in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas judicial bribery and corruption scandal were confronted with new videos showing their clients allegedly receiving bribes. 579 more words

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Anas deserves an honour monument – Mike Oquaye

Investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas deserves a national monument in his honour, former second deputy speaker of parliament, Prof Mike Oquaye has said. “…This is a man, who, I believe has dedicated his life to society unearthing the truth.” “If he dies, he’ll die a hero,” the former Dome-Kwabenya legislator said; adding, “These are the people we’ll want to give national honours to; make a monument in their memory, so, personally, I respect him,” the former political science lecturer said in an interview with Starr 103.5 FM on Wednesday. 223 more words

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Feature: Does President Mahama Know What He Is Talking About? - Asks Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jnr., Ph.D.

It is a human system all right, so none of us have to expect our judicial process to be totally devoid of any fraudulent dealings. Nevertheless, it would be tantamount to playing a very dangerous game with the lives of… 687 more words