Investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas is not relenting in his fight against corrupt practices in the country as he hints of bigger exposés in Ghana after the December 2020 election.
In an interview with BBC Pidgin after the release of part one of his documentary that brought to light some quack doctors and conmen who were exploiting the coronavirus pandemic by selling fake Covid-19 cures, he said that his latest work is nothing compared to what is about to come.
“This is nothing, Bigger things are on the way. Let us finish with the elections. We want to have a peaceful election. This is not the time for heart palpitations. We live in a beautiful country where we understand each other. After the elections, we will see,” he said.
Meanwhile, Anas says that the second part two of his latest work will expose those who were stealing PPEs that were delivered to hospitals from the government.
It will also focus on the selling of government’s free food meant for the needy during the time of the partial lockdown of parts of the country.
“This film is in two parts. The first part deals with the fake cures. With the part two, as we all were home and were attacked by the virus and were planning on what to do, some people announced good incentives for the poor. Whilst we were asleep, some people were selling the food. They were selling the food, eggs, oil, rice, all these things that the government donated to the people.
The brought PPEs to the hospital to be used. These people were stealing these PPEs too. So in the part two, we would see how people were pushing against the country in its efforts in the fight against Covid-19
Story by: Jeffrey Nyabor | universnewsroom.com