A few days ago, the news went viral that the CEO of Tiger Eye Group, Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ relationship with the British Broadcasting Corporation has been shattered following the BBC’s rejection of his proposal.
According to the reports, Anas Aremeyaw Anas the award-winning investigative journalist proposed to investigate corruption cases in some selected institutions in the UK.
But BBC who has always been their partners in investigating corruption cases Africa rejected the proposal. The institutions Anas allegedly proposed to investigate includes:
The UK political class (leaders and politicians) influence/facilitate, or benefit from the continuous looting of Africa’s resources?; corruption and match-fixing in the English Premier League; and racial abuses in UK’s universities (focusing on lecturers and university authorities).
However, after providing financial and technical assistance to the celebrated investigative journalist to targeting and exposing personalities and institutions in Africa of corruption, the BBC allegedly rejected the proposal from Anas.
The report claims the BBC told Anas Aremeyaw Anas stating that the exposé will not be in the interest of the BBC and that of the UK. It further claims that is why Anas refused to be part of the Sex for Grades exposé in Ghana and in Nigeria.
But reacting to the news, Anas Aremeyaw Anas described the news as fake news. Sharing a screenshot of the report on his social media handles, Anas wrote: “FAKE NEWS ALERT!”
With this declaration from the ace broadcast journalist, we can confidently encourage Ghpage.com readers to ignore the reports. Stay with Ghpage.com for all your credible news updates.