The vociferous Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Mr Kennedy Agyapong has returned from his recent international trip and has promised to show the premiere of, “Who watches the watchman” on Wednesday, June 27 at the forecourt of Oman FM, at Madina in Accra.
The video, which he says is his own version of secret recordings of how ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, operates undercover, will be shown at 7 pm.
Making this known on Oman FM’s political talk programme – Boiling Point – on Thursday night, Mr Agyapong reiterated his stands against the modus operandi of the ace investigative journalist and insisted that was why he has been motivated to expose him [Anas].
He promised his video will vindicate his stands on the matter and that it would be a happy moment for patrons at the forecourt of Oman FM when the video is shown.
According to Mr Agyapong, once Anas has made it his business to expose other people, he also has to be exposed and that, he [Agyapong] was planning to go to Kumasi and other areas in Ghana to show “Who watches the watchman.”
He argued that after watching the Kwesi Nyantakyi documentary, it was evidently clear that a lot of editing went on to suit Anas’ agenda since the conversation in the video was not allowed to play.
However, with the “Who watches the watchman” video, Mr Agyapong said viewers would be given the opportunity to listen to the conversations that went on to be able to draw the lines as to who was a clean man.
“I don’t want to lie,” he said and hinted that viewers would be seeing an interaction between Anas and a state prosecutor.
According to him, he was aware Anas always records everything and questioned if he has the same recording of the interaction between himself and the state attorney.
Asked by the host of the programme, Kwabena Kwakye about how he obtained the recording, Mr Agyapong, whilst smiling said, that was why the video is dubbed, “Who watches the watchman.”
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