Anas responds to the viral footage from 2019 that purportedly shows him’stealing’ land in Tse Ado

For the first time since 2019 the investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas addressed a viral video in which he was allegedly caught by some young men at Tse Ado in Accra.

Anas responds to the viral footage from 2019 that purportedly shows him'stealing' land in Tse Ado
Anas responds to the viral footage from 2019 that purportedly shows him’stealing’ land in Tse Ado

Since the video gained popularity, neither the journalist nor his organisation, Tiger Eye PI, have discussed it or its contents.

Three years later, Tiger Eye has responded to the video, distancing itself from it and advising against showing the person who is allegedly Anas out of concern that innocent individuals would be targeted.

Tiger Eye’s response from November 25 was primarily intended to refute accusations of extortion against Anas following the release of his most recent documentary, “Galamsey Economy.”

The statement went into great detail about a viral video that was made after the documentary that resulted in Charles Adu Boahen, Minister of State for Finance, being fired over suspicions of influence peddling.

 

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