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BBC could be using Anas against his own people – Foh-Amoaning

Legal luminary and veteran sports analyst, Moses Foh-Amoaning, says Anas Aremeyaw Anas should be measured in his dealings with the British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC, as they could end up manipulating him against the nation.

Anas Aremeyaw Anas recently partnered the British media giant to work on a documentary which was centered on football and politics.

The documentary titled, “Number 12” that was screened on June 6, implicated former president of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi, executive members and some referees of corruption.

In the video, the former GFA boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi who is currently being investigated by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, is seen allegedly collecting bribe and also using the names of President Nana Akufo-Addo and Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia to solicit bribes in the Anas documentary.

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Sharing his thoughts on Neat FM, Mr Foh-Amoaning stressed that Anas could be playing into the hands of the country’s colonial masters.

While refraining from accusing Anas and his firm, Tiger Eye PI, of being in cahoots with the BBC to demonize Mr Nyantakyi and the African continent, he added that the BBC could be harboring a discrete agenda, and not to expose corruption as it is being portrayed.

“These Europeans and Americans are tactful. They present you with a package that may seem very pleasant, but it could be explosives rapped in ribbons. And before you realize that package will explode in your face.

“They may end up using Anas against his own people and he wouldn’t realize it, so he should be extremely careful. These Europeans are exploiters, but they present themselves as humanist.

“Anas was my student and I will advise him to be watchful of these Europeans because they always have wired agendas against Africans,” the law lecturer asserted.

It was in this direction that he urged African leaders to find ways of developing the continent to dissuade, particularly the youth from leaving for Europe and America to seek greener pastures.

“Africa is the richest continent in the world, but we are yet to properly harness the resources to the benefit of the citizens; and until that is achieved, the continent will continue to wallow in abject poverty,” Mr Foh-Amoaning added.

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