Anas to release video on syndicate behind alms beggars in Ghana
The video which will be premiered in August seeks to expose children used by adults in alms begging business in the streets of Accra and Kumasi.
The video which will be premiered in August seeks to expose the syndicate behind the growing alms beggars on the streets of Accra and Kumasi.
Anas' new piece, "Chained by Begging," is in partnership with OAfrica under the #KidsOurFuture campaign.
A teaser of the video posted on Twitter noted: “Further studies and investigations conducted by 'Tiger Eye PI' revealed the phenomenon of child begging is more than just children asking for money on the streets.
“It was observed that children were trafficked by adults and used as business. Children are denied of their right to education, good health, nutrition, protection and choices and do dangerous work for the benefit of the traffickers, who buy and sell them across borders with impunity."
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