Ghanaian investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has revealed that he can be fired if he tries to provide details on his next exposé.
According to him, he cannot provide any further information about the nature of the exposé based on the graphic of its content and the possibility of being fired should he attempt to open up.
Responding to a question about providing details on the yet-to-be-released exposé, Anas made it clear that dropping more details could jeopardize his job security, which is one major reason why he wouldn’t be able to make more revelations.
Providing a clue on the scheduled date for the exposé’s airing, he urged everyone to sit tight and monitor BBC Africa Eye in January 2024, while emphasizing the sensitive nature of the content yet to be filmed in the coming month.
“People can be evil,” he concluded about the film having earlier stated:”It will go globally; it will play on the (BBC) World Service. But even me, when I saw the film and I got to the middle, I got out and went away because the scenes are gory.” he shared.
Host: I am just gonna press you a little bit on that, you cannot leave us hanging like this. Can you tell us what about it that moved you so much, without giving too much away?
Anas: I see some friends here, and I know you don’t want me to lose my job. If I dare say a word here about it, the next email I will get, I am fired. So, please. Get yourselves ready, sit tight and monitor BBC Africa Eye in January, it will be a shocker.