“I’m naturally a Reggae music fun because that’s what urges me to do more in my trying times, Samini’s my own is my all-time favourite,” he said.
“It’s a great song. It has all the rhythms, the arrangement, and all that – fantastic”, he disclosed this when speaking in an exclusive interview with Francis Abban, host of Morning Starr on Starr 103.5 FM Thursday morning.
Anas, who has surfaced in the news for his numerous investigative, also hinted that he is not a football person and has no passion at all for the game loved by many, but more individuals lost their life’s through that game of football that has triggered him enough.
Anas who has bestowed “name, shame and jail” as his sobriquet on June 6 premiered an investigative documentary that exposed corruption in the Ghanaian football scene.
Ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw later revealed that he was overwhelmed by the crowd who watched “Number 12” documentary that unearthed corrupt officials in the Ghana Football Association (GFA)