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NPP Boys Begin Throwing Dirt On Anas’ Credibility Ahead of Exposé On Galamsey



Samuel Bryan Buabeng, a presidential staffer, has accused investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas of being corrupt stressing that people now know him for who he is.

In a tweet critical of the journalist, Buabeng cited how other journalists engaged in whistleblowing did not cover their faces yet carried out their work.

He specifically mentioned Australian Julian Assange and American Edward Snowden.

According to him, Anas was employing blackmail and destroying people whiles hiding under terms of anti-corruption.

His November 9 tweet read as follows: “Even Julian Assange and @Snowden don’t cover their faces. The citizens are awake! This enterprise of blackmail and destroying people, hiding under the facade of fighting corruption won’t work this time round. Anas and his mafias are more corrupt than the word itself!”

There are two developments around Anas in the past week. He is due to release a documentary film titled ‘Galamsey Economy,’ ostensibly a follow-up from an earlier one that implicated members of a presidential committee on illegal small-scale mining, galamsey.

Reports earlier this week also claimed that the Supreme Court had ordered Anas to testify in court without his face cover in a case involving the State vs. Kwesi Nyantakyi & another.

His lawyers, Cromwell Gray LLP, issued a statement denying that such orders had been given by the apex court.

Meanwhile Anas is set to release another explosive documentary on 14th November 2022.

Titled ‘Galamsey Economy’, the documentary is expected to highlight some of the people in leadership positions who are making money from illegal mining at the expense of the environment.

Illegal mining popularly known as Galamsey has become a menace in the country with government appearing to have lost the fight despite the President stating earlier in his tenure that he has placed his Presidency on the line to wage an all-out war against the menace.

Both citizens and civil society have accused politicians and even chiefs of supporting or enabling the menace but no concrete evidence has been provided to back these accusations.

It is no wonder that some persons within the ruling party have started seeking to discredit the journalist’s work.

Popular Ghanaian youtuber, Wode Maya of has also accused Anas of stealing his content.

Wode Maya shared Anas’ video with some screenshot of a galamsey site and wrote:

“Big man Anas! Is that my shot??? Did this amateur galamsay content 5 years ago!”

When his followers replied and asked him to take action, Wode Maya in another post wrote after deleting the earlier post

“My YouTube channel videos are licensed under ‘common creatives’ which gives everyone access to use my content without a strike! The goal is the message to spread Not To Make Money!

“Btw my first copyright Strike on my YouTube channel was from a Ghanaian brother.”

Source: Pak MediaGh

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