Anas Reveals How He Cant Go On Vacations And Have Fun like Others Do In An Interview With Pulse Ghana.

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In a new video, Anas has revealed his real identity, and the only challenge he has in choosing to go into investigative journalism

Anas Aremeyaw Anas, speaks about his real identity and challenges he face with respect to his job.
The video contains an interview Anas had with Pulse Ghana. As usual, Anas wears a face mask, and observed that he spoke with passion in the interview.
Speaking on the challenges he faces in line with his job, Anas said going into investigative journalism has denied him and his team members the privilege of having a private life. According to him, the risk associated with his job does not give him the luxury of going out on vacations and having fun like any other person does, adding that the way he lives his life now is his real indentity.
He revealed that he has been into investigative journalism for eight years now, and despite the difficulties, he still loves what he does.
Despite this major challenge, Anas indicated he has no regret choosing investigative journalism, and that putting a smile on the faces of many of wouldn’t condone crime alone is enough for him.

According to him, he understands perfectly that such challenges are going to come because his job earns him “fresh crops” of enemies anytime a new investigative piece comes up. “Many people have gone into prison to spend 20 years, 30 years, because of the work I do.

So I know my security is at stake,” Anas observed. Among the many other things he said in the video, Anas praised his eminent boss and mentor, Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako, who trained him. He narrated how Baako encouraged him to go into that “dangerous” field when he first informed him of his decision to do so.

Kwaku Baako, according to Anas also gave him more fortifications in terms of the training he needed. Meanwhile, Kennedy Agyapong has leaked some photos of Anas, and has threatened to leak more documents of him if he goes ahead to show the GFA investigative video on June 6.