Anas Aremeyaw Anas

BoG to offload 10% to 20% of GhIPSS to commercial banks

Citi Business News has gathered that the Bank of Ghana (BoG) may allow commercial banks to acquire between 10 and 20 percent stake in the Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems (GhIPSS). The process which is to allow for greater collaboration and efficiency between the banks and GhIPSS is expected to be completed by the close of the year. Speaking ...

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Gov’t introduces visa on arrival programme in AU countries

Government has introduced a new policy that would facilitate the movement of potential travelers from member states of the African Union (AU) to Ghana. The policy, termed ‘visa on arrival’ programme, is also expected to increase trade links between Ghana and other countries. Ghana is the first country to implement the regime, which envisages to step up socio-economic development through ...

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LIST: Fifty (50) Most Influential Young Ghanaians

Anas Aremeyaw Anas was voted number one in the poll which drew participation from Ghanaians from 90 countries after 15 days of voting across 10 different sectors including the arts, media and sports. Anas made headlines worldwide in 2015 for his expose on the corruption existing within the Judicial System of Ghana. The highest ranked woman on the list at ...

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Anas threatens to expose rot at KATH

Investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has threatened to expose rot at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi, the Chief Executive Officer of the facility has revealed. Dr. Joseph Akpaloo told his staff at a recent meeting that Anas and his Tiger Eye PI have served the hospital a letter of an ongoing investigations to their operations. “I want to ...

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Bola Ray, others not free; Dery’s contempt case recalled

The contempt case filed by one of the accused judges in the judicial corruption scandal against EIB Network’s Bola Ray, the New Crusading Guide, Accra International Conference Center and the Media Foundation for West Africa, has been recalled by the judge who dismissed it after she admitted she erred. According  to Justice Gertrude Torkonu, her decision to dismiss the case ...

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Dear Anas: Is Ghana Worth Fighting For?

I have two brief pieces of news articles before me. One of them is captioned “I Almost Became Impotent – Anas,” while the other is titled “My Family Is Worried over My Work – Anas”. The two pieces of write-ups are from a single interview that celebrated investigative journalist Mr. Anas Aremeyaw Anas reportedly granted Bola Ray, host of the ...

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Anas’ exposé: 20 lower court judges sacked

Twenty (20) out of the 21 lower court judges indicted in the recent judicial corruption scandal, exposed by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, have been removed from office. Some of the judges were removed with their end of service benefits intact, but others were not given. “Council has deliberated on the findings and recommendations of the committee and taken the appropriate decisions in respect ...

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Anas exposes baby-selling syndicate in Nigeria in latest piece

Investigating Nigeria’s notorious baby farms and the criminals who abuse and exploit women for profit. It is understandable why a desperate childless couple might do anything to have a baby, but those who exploit their unhappiness for profit are not so easy to forgive. In this deeply disturbing episode of Africa Investigates, Ghana’s undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and investigative reporter ...

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Anas, Pope Francis listed among 100 leading global thinkers

The Foreign Policy magazine has named Ghanaian investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas as one of the 2015 100 leading global thinkers. Others who made the list are Pope Francis, Banksy, Chai Jing, Angela Merkel, and Mosoka Fallah. Congratulating the award-winning investigative journalist, the Managing Director for The World Investigates (TWI) Jonathan Ossoff said:“In addition to his own reporting in Ghana, ...

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Justice Ayisi Addo sues Anas, 8 others for defamation

One of the implicated judges in the recent corruption exposé, Justice  Ayisi Addo has sued investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, the New Crusading Guide Newspaper and seven others for defamation. The rest are Excellence in Broadcasting (EIB) group, operators of Starr FM Accra, Media Foundation For West Africa, the Director Of Estates and  General Services Bureau Ministry of Foreign Affairs ...

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