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Justice! follows this most unconventional journalist, a qualified barrister in his own right, as these dramatic events come to a climax; revealing the complex moral and ethical dilemmas involved in an self-funded crusade that always looked likely to humble some of the most powerful men in the country, but which controversially also led to the release of alleged violent criminals from police custody. Although his identity is a closely guarded secret - because maintaining his anonymity is so crucial to working undercover - Anas has long enjoyed huge public support in Ghana and across Africa. Famously his work has even been endorsed by US President Barack Obama. But this this time even many of his friends feared he had bitten off more than he could chew, that the stakes were too high, that the risks to his safety were too great.
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Anas Aremeyay Anas, the ace undercover investigative Ghanaian journalist does it again. He and his Tiger-Eye group exposes a quack Abortion doctor who has to have sex with his clients before he performs abortion on them.
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In this episode of Africa Investigates, Tanzanian journalist Richard Mgamba, albino community representative, Isaack Timothy, and Ghanaian investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas set out to discover what lies behind the attacks against albinos.
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Ghana is experiencing a new gold rush but widespread corruption is causing illegal mining to flourish. A Ghanian investigative reporter uncovers corruption, even among those who are supposed to be stopping it.
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Ghana is the second-largest producer of gold on the continent and is now home to a large network of gold fraudsters. Investors have lost millions at their hands. Africa Investigates goes undercover to lift the lid on this illusory pot of gold.
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TB Joshua predicts on Ghana versus Brazil FIFA U20 2009 Outcome DISCLAIMER: Ghanatubes does not vouch for the authenticity of this video other than the assumption that it was meant for entertainment purposes only; freely distributed in the public domain - internet - and freely taken.
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This video is a blast from the past. Because his name is Issa, it is likely "The Professor" is originally from the North. In Ghana, the 4 main strongholds of traditional religion-related spiritual power are among the Guans (Larteh, Krachi etc) the some Northern groups, the Ewe and the Nzema. The Akan in general sometimes get 'spiritual technology' from the North or from the Guans. WARNING: The video contains surgery manoeuvres that may shock or disturb the faint of heart.
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It is a pertinent video, as we are now entering independence week. We should not forget the lessons of the past, we should always remain united as Ghanaians -Akwadapa (posted 1st March 2009)
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