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Opportunity Grabbers Who is cashing in on Anas Judicial Scandal as T-Shirts go on sale

Just hours before the much anticipated premiere of the Judicial Bribery Scandal Video, these individuals have printed T-Shirts with the inscription,  ' I am Anas' with hopes of making some quick cash on the back of the scandal. These T-Shirts range from 20 to 30 Ghana Cedis.

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It is fair to say that the Anas Judicial Scandal has impacted the Ghanaian society to a large extent. The scandal has dominated public discussion for two weeks now.

But that's not all. As the legal tussle over whether the video should be premiered or not ensued, some Ghanaians took to social media to solidarize with the famous investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, by mimicking his disguise. They dressed in his iconic overalls, hat and facial veil.

What appears to be the icing on the cake, is the news reaching pulse Business  that some entrepreneurial Ghanaians have spotted a quick money making opportunity on the back of the scandal.

Just hours before the much anticipated premiere of the Judicial Bribery Scandal Video, these individuals have printed T-Shirts with the inscription,  ' I am Anas' with hopes of making some quick cash on the back of the scandal.These T-Shirts range from 20 to 30 Ghana Cedis.
 

It is however unclear who is behind the sale of these T-Shirts. It is also not clear if it is the Tiger PI Team are behind the sale of the shirts.

Some Ghanaians have raised eyebrows over what they have described as the over commercialisation of what is supposed to be an investigative journalistic work, but there is no evidence yet tying the sale to the team.

The Anas video allegedly captures series of months investigative journalism work involving some 22 judges who are purportedly caught on tape accepting bribes in return for skewing cases for preferred culprits.

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