Award winning investigate journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas says his latest piece which he has described as the most challenging will expose some 60 bad people in the country.
According to him, these individuals are going to be jailed for their actions.
The journalist gave the hint while speaking at the Third Lecture Series of the 60th Anniversary of the Commonwealth Hall of the University of Ghana on the theme; “Vandalism and Democracy”.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas who was retained as the Most Influential Young Ghanaian for 2016 in a ranking poll organised by the reputed rating establishment Avance Media, said, “And now about the most challenging work that I’ve done, as I speak to you now I’ve some 60 people and I’m not going to tell you what I’m going to do but it is there. It is coming and none of the 60 people have done anything good for Ghana.’’
He was responding to a question posed to him about the most challenging work he has ever done.
But Anas did not state categorically when the video will be released and the crime the 60 people have committed.
Anas has won critical acclaim for his work advocating for basic human rights such as the right to not be held in human slavery or servitude and for his work exposing corruption.
His investigative works have won him worldwide acclaim, including President Barack Obama highlighting his virtues in a speech during a 2009 visit to Ghana: "An independent press.
In September 2015, the CEO of Tiger Eye PI exposed corruption in the judiciary where some lower and higher court judges were dismissed.
About twenty of the Magistrate and Circuit Court judges implicated in the judicial scandal were removed from office following the expose by Anas.