Anas exposé: Was the documentary released as part of a personal vendetta? – Paul Adom Otchere

Host of the Good Evening Ghana show, Paul Adom-Otchere has expressed his uttermost displeasure at the Tiger Eye P. I and its founder and lead investigator, Anas Aremeyaw Anas over the recent airing of a 2018 documentary ‘Galamsey Economy’.

According to Adom-Otchere, the timing of the investigative report suggests they were poised to settle personal scores, contrary to narrations they have the motherland at heart.

“If this documentary was shot in 2018, why are you showing it today? Four years later. Clearly, you must have had an ulterior motive,” Mr. Adom Otchere said on his show Tuesday, November 15.

Galamsey Economy exposes the handlers who cut deals at the expense of the state.

The documentary shames persons making Ghana unattractive for investment, their modus operandi, and where they operate.

Several Ghanaians have wondered about the reason for the Galamsey Economy release recently despite it being originally filmed in February 2018.

Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jnr, the Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper has indicated the

According to him, “somebody ‘stole and sold it to somebody; thinking the evidence had been deleted forever! The ‘buyer’ went out boasting about his possession for years for whatever reason nobody could tell! Apparently, the real ‘owners/author’ subsequently discovered an extra copy! Today’s story begins from there. Pay attention,”

But analyzing the veteran journalist’s post, Paul Adom-Otchere raised salient concerns. To him, the documentary “wasn’t about corruption anymore or moral high ground of finding corruption to support Ghana but a personal vendetta.”

He urged Ghanaians to resist the modus operandi of the Tiger Eye P. I and not allow our society to be driven down the drain in that manner.

“The president’s termination of appointment is correct. The Vice President’s expression of emotional outburst is also correct. But should we do this?

And, Paul Adom Otchere further described the entrapment methodology as a dishonorable practice “If Charles Adu Boahen had resisted in the first time why was there a need to insist on giving him money so that it would be filmed It is true Ken Ofori-Atta was approached? If those investigators approached our Finance Minister in an attempt to test him for corruption I think that it is very dishonorable.”

By: Bernard Ralph Adams | | Ghana  

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