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Anas Is Back!: Anas exposes corrupt Police officers in latest documentary [Watch Video]

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Popular mysterious Ace investigative Journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has finally released his much-awaited latest undercover report which is focused on exposing corrupt and dishonest police officers in Ghana.

It is dubbed “Bad Cops” and it is the latest and the last part of Tiger Eye PI’s “Ghana’s Soul Takers” documentary.

This investigative documentary focuses on the role of some corrupt police personnel in various forms of accidents on roads in Ghana.

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The new documentary which is about one-hour looks at how some miscreants and corrupt Ghanaian police personnel use their influence their to perpetrate some wrongful act that leads to chaos and avoidable accidents on Ghana’s roads.

“Ghana’s Soul Takers” which aims at uncovering the artificial causes of avoidable deaths and carnage on roads in the country looked at the rot at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority, and how officials procure a license for cripples, madmen, minors, among others for cash.

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Not long ago, Anas Aremeyaw Anas shocked Ghanaians when he released his investigative piece on how some highly respectable judges take bribes to deliver judgments.

This shook the foundation of the Judiciary and lead to some notable judges being dismissed from the services.

This new documentary aims to create road safety awareness and responsibilities among the general Ghanaian public and especially the Police MTTU.

WATCH VIDEO

https://youtu.be/9Ky7d6rmyQs

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