Anas Expose: Anas is a foolish boy – Kennedy Agyapong

Information available to indicates that this week, Member of Parliament for Assin Central is scheduled to serve the Boss of Tiger Eye PI, and ace investigative journalist, Anas Armeyaw Anas an injunction from the Accra High court.

Honourable Kennedy Agyapong, who is due to fly to China this week commenced the process through his lawyers, and are expected to serve Anas this week. The injunction being sought, should the court grant it will mean Anas will be unable to screen the Number 12 exposé on the dates he has widely advertised.

A member of the legal team for Kennedy Agyapong, who we learnt worked on the petition throughout the night, up to early this morning disclosed that “there is enough grounds to secure the injunction. Any judge should be able to grant the injunction”.
He said “the matter is no longer a speculation and we know as I speak to you that same matter is a subject of investigation by the state investigative body. You know what the June 6 premiering will mean for ongoing investigation?” He asked’s editor rhetorically.
“We will stop him from airing it through legal means. He should get ready. No one will watch it”. He said.

When our editor pointed out to him that they could not possibly prevent the British Broadcasting Corporation from screening it for an international audience that will include Ghanaians who might have been denied local viewing, he said he won’t lay bare all their plans, but added “we have factored in all that, it’s not part of the points I am supposed to discuss with you for now”.

Honourable Agyapong, for reasons best known to himself has criticised Anas over his investigative exposé on corruption in football administration reported yesterday from Asempa FM.

The maverick politician, known for his lack of control of his emotions, used foul language to describe the ace investigative journalist, Anas, as an ‘asshole’ and a ‘foolish boy’. He also failed to retract his statement and apologise when he was told by the host to do so.
Honourable Kennedy Agyapong’s criticism comes on the back of the recent expose by Anas Aremeyaw Anas, where Kwasi Nyantakyi had allegedly been caught on tape soliciting for bribe in the name of the President Nana Akufo-Addo and his Vice President Dr Bawumia, when Mr Nyantakyi met some football investors as earlier reported by