Celebrated Ghanaian investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has given an indication that persons who will be captured in his yet to be released exposé may try fleeing the country to avoid the associated embarrassment that comes along with it.
He has, therefore, urged security agencies to heighten their surveillance ahead of the release of the investigative piece in the course of the year.
Though he will not divulge when he is set to release it, he indicated that it will make the year more challenging and a difficult one.
Speaking at the Radio A1 in Bolgatanga ahead of The National Media Festival held by The Press Foundation, TPF, Anas Aremeyaw Anas maintained that his core principle of naming, shaming and jailing the culprits is still in full force and cautioned that persons in authority must be watchful.
“There will be a lot of dangers this year. It is will not be easy so I advise we should increase our security”
Anas will not give details of how the piece looks like and hints of who may be involved except to say, a number of persons in enviable positions will be fired.
“And now about the most challenging work that I’ve done, as I speak to you now I’ve some 60 people and I’m not going to tell you what I’m going to do but it is there.
“It is coming and none of the 60 people have done anything good for Ghana,”