Ghana’s most reputed undercover journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, is on the case of the country’s football fraternity.
The journalist, noted for his hard-hitting anti-corruption and human rights exposes is due to release his latest film called ‘Number 12.’
Local media reports that it is a rare peek into massive corruption that has long been reported in the country’s football circles.
But as to whether it is about the Ghana Football Association (GFA), about the local clubs or players, that remains to be seen as Ghanaians wait with bated breath.
Anas has been away from the scene for two years since releasing a film on corruption in Ghana’s judiciary.
‘In the Eyes of God’ led to the mass suspension of High and Circuit Court judges. Magistrates and other officials of the judicial service were also implicated and sanctioned.
He has in the past done work on corruption in the country’s main ports, the vehicle licensing body and the electricity provider.
In the area of human rights, he has worked extensively on trafficking, on abuse in orphanages across the country and a fake abortion doctor who kept endangering lives of women.
— Anas Aremeyaw Anas (@anasglobal) May 18, 2018