Anas and Tiger Eye PI react to Kennedy Agyapong’s video

Tiger Eye PI has responded to allegation of corruption levelled against Anas Aremeyaw Anas by Kennedy Agyapong.

Kennedy Agyapong who has been critical of Anas Aremeyaw Anas modus operandi following his latest investigate piece on football dubbed ‘Number 12’, threatened to also expose the multiple award winning journalist that he is after all not a clean person like the people he investigate to bring them to book.

And carried on with his threat by premiering a video on purported shady deals of Anas to extort monies from people through his undercover work.


Anas Aremeyaw Anas through his Tiger Eye PI has responded to Kennedy Agyapong’s video titled ‘Who Watches the Watchman’

Below is the full statement

On the 27th of June 2018, a purported documentary titled “Who Watches the Watchman” was screened public. The documentary concluded that Tiger Eye PI paid Seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) to the Former Director General of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, COP Frank Adu-Poku.

We wish to state as follows:

1. That the five-minute portion included in the video was a pre-trial conference, in other words, a meeting between Tiger and a State Attorney in respect of a $1.9m gold scam case.


2. The aggrieved company had engaged Tiger Eye PI to track and help arrest the fraudsters.

3. In that meeting, Tiger was narrating to the State prosecutor what two of the fraudsters involved in the scam had told Tiger Eye.

4. It cannot be said that Tiger Eye PI paid COP Frank Adu-Poku (retired) $75, 000. The narration of what the fraudsters told Tiger Eye PI in respect of their activities cannot be interpreted to mean Tiger Eye paid the retired police officer any money.

6. The video is a cut and patched up work which does not tell the story the makers of the documentary sought to force on it.

7. The docket on the case is still available at the Attorney General’s Department for verification.


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