More Photos: Kennedy Agyapong has just released another 7 sets of Anas real faces (photos)

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Kennedy Agyapong is looking more or less like a comedian now.

He has released yet another 7 photos of Anas in addition to the 15 he has already released. So who at all is the real Anas?

Photos below as sourced by

Meanwhile, the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) is demanding police protection for ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas following the release of photos of a guy by Kennedy Agyapong claiming to be the journalist.

The Assin Central Member of Parliament has been on a warpath with the journalist following the latter’s latest exposé on Ghana Football Association (GFA) titled number 12.

The yet-to-be-screened video which has already shaken the foundation of GFA with its president Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi being arrested and charged for allegedly using President Akufo-Addo’s name to extort money from potential investors is making the MP very uncomfortable.

Kennedy Agyapong speaking on Oman FM on Wednesday in an interview monitored by accused Anas of using inappropriate means to trap his victims and later branding them as corrupt.

Agyapong further accused Anas of engaging gave out details of properties belonging to the ace investigative journalist apparently to court public anger against him.

In a statement issued and signed by GJA President, Affail Monney the association noted that although the said photos are not the real pictures of Anas Aremeyaw Anas it could lead to harming of an innocent person.

Read the text of full statement below;

Anas Aremeyaw Anas Needs Police Protection Against Death Threats

It has come to the attention of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) that internationally-acclaimed investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has received many death threats following his latest investigative piece on the game of football in Ghana, which is scheduled to be premiered in Accra on Wednesday, June 6 and Thursday, June 7, 2018. According to sources close to the ace investigative journalist, apart from receiving messages containing threats of death, some unidentified persons have been tracking his office and other locations ostensibly to harm him.

Several pictorial images have been posted online, television and on social media. These images, which are not the real identity of Anas, tend to put the lives of other persons at risk and this must stop forthwith.

The GJA finds these developments extremely disturbing and highly unfortunate. We, therefore, urge the Ghana Police Service, Bureau of National Investigations and other security agencies to, as a matter of urgency, and in the utmost national interest, provide a 24-hour protection for Anas and all his interests, including his family and properties. The security agencies should not allow aggrieved and disgruntled individuals to endanger the life of this patriotic citizen of Ghana, who, at a very young age, has rendered very invaluable services to the nation.

We appreciate the fact that investigative pieces of this nature always arouse passion, emotions, anger and even hatred. However, regardless of one’s feelings, whether good or ill, under no circumstances must one deviate from the rule of law to tread on the path of impunity and engage in an assassination mission. Instead, one must resort to the law courts to seek redress to anything one finds untoward in such matters.

Whatever be the case, Chapter 13 of the GJA Code of Ethics fully justifies the means by which Anas conducts his investigative works on the ground of national interest.

The GJA wishes to remind the nation of Ghana’s enviable first position on the World Press Freedom Index 2018 and the enormous economic benefits it holds for the nation. This achievement was not procured on a silver platter; it was earned through our collective resolve to promote press freedom in the country, as captured under Chapter 12 of the 1992 Constitution. In that same spirit of unity of purpose,

we must collectively resist acts, much fewer death threats on journalists that have the tendency to undermine our press freedom status and collective good.

Even before the premiering of the undercover expose, Anas’ investigative piece has already generated international interest. And so it is important for us to conduct our affairs in a manner that would bring dignity, not disgrace, to Ghana. The whole world is watching us.


Affail Monney


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