Investigative Journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has hinted at a new exposé documentary on corruption in Ghana.
In an interview with DW Africa, Anas disclosed that he has been working on the documentary for months but has been unable to release it because of the workload that has to go into it.
“The work that I am doing now might be the last before we get into the  elections. But already the signs are very clear and I can tell you that the foundation would be shaken once again.”
“There are a couple of international ones that are about to be released. But this one, talking to you as a Ghanaian, I mean the foundation of Ghana would be shaken,” he said.
He expressed that he wants the documentary to have an intense impact in that he wants it to yield results compared to his previous one which saw the removal of the Minister of State at the Finance Ministry, Charles Adu Boahen.
Anas himself has been subjected to public scrutiny for his methods in exposing corrupt individuals, with threats from some prominent people.
The journalist also recently declined a court order compelling him to reveal his real face to an accused official in a secret chamber in a corruption case in which he is regarded as a principal witness. He explained that the approach has the potential to jeopardize his security.