Investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has said he will show his real face when the corruption in Ghana is stopped
In an interview with DW Africa, Anas revealed that he has refrained from publishing any investigative pieces on Ghana in recent months due to the extensive work involved in his upcoming project.
During the televised interview, Anas addressed a controversial statement made by a High Court judge, who referred to him as a ‘terrorist.’
He defended his investigative methods and shed light on the pervasive issue of corruption in Africa.
Recent criticisms have surfaced against Anas Aremeyaw Anas following an unsuccessful defamation lawsuit he filed against Kennedy Agyapong, the Member of Parliament for Assin Central.
However, during his interview session, Anas was asked by the host through a comment from facebook whether he will ever show his face.
The investigative journalist said he will do that when corruption stops in Ghana.
“Well, that is a very interesting question, it is just like me asking Ghana to stop corruption, so you stop corruption, I will show my face”.
Story by Mubarak Yakubu