Kennedy Agyapong's Who Watches the Watchman shows today

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Kennedy Agyapong's Who watches the watchman shows today
Kennedy Agyapong's Who watches the watchman shows today

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The vociferous Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Mr Kennedy Agyapong, will today carry out his threat to premiere his exposé video, dubbed: Who watches the watchman, at the forecourt of Ken City Media at Madina in Accra.

The video, which he says is his own version of secret recordings of how the investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, operates undercover, will be shown at 7 p.m.

Mr Agyapong, in an interview, reiterated his stance against Anas’s modus operandi and insisted that that was why he had been motivated to expose him (Anas).

He promised that his video would vindicate his stance on the matter and that it would be a happy moment for patrons at the forecourt of Ken City to watch the video.


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He also explained that his video would give viewers the opportunity to listen to the conversations that went on to be able to draw the line as to who was a clean man.

Number 12

On June 6, 2018, the Tiger Eye PI premiered the Anas’s investigative video titled Number 12 at the Accra International Conference Centre.

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Dubbed: When misconduct and greed become the norm, the video captured alleged corrupt practices in Ghana’s football administration.

Interest in the documentary heightened when President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo filed a complaint at the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service against the Ghana Football Association (GFA) boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi, for allegedly using his (President’s) name and that of the Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, to extort money from some purported investors after watching portions of the video.

Match commissioners, officials of the GFA, the National Sports Authority (NSA) and the Ministry of Youth and Sports were seen allegedly taking money as low as GH¢300 to influence the showing of yellow and red cards, the award of penalties and engagement in visa deals.

Other forms of inducement to referees, match commissioners and officials included goats, sheep, cooking oil and rice.