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Anas Aremeyaw Anas Storms ATL Hall on Saturday

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Ghana’s multi-award winning investigative journo, Anas Aremeyaw Anas will storm the Great Atlantic Hall of the University of Cape Coast on Saturday, February, 28, 2015 as part of activities to mark the 52nd Hall Week Celebration of the Hall.

Anas and his Tiger Eye Foundation team will thrill members of the Hall with jaw-breaking documentaries of some of their latest exposures on corruption, child abuses and other social ills including the infamous Bawjiase Children Home saga which ignited a lot of media discussion in Ghana recently.

The investigative journo and his team will tackle the topic “The Youth and Corruption” and the venue is the Marine City Quadrangle.

Patrons are expected to be seated by 6:00 pm and the rate is free for all persons.

In an interview with the Hall Entertainment Chairperson, Emmanuel Owusu Boakye popularly referred to as Sergio, he disclosed that this event was carefully selected to reflect the damning consequence of corruption in Ghana today and the need to groom  a new generation of incorruptible leaders since majority of students would one day be leader in one way or the other.

He maintained that corruption is rife in Ghana today which students are no exception, and therefore there was the need to build consciousness in the youth to know the dangerous effect of the cancer.

Sergio disclosed that preparations are far advanced to host this media gem and urged all the university community to be part of this history writing episode, as the Mariners geared up for this year’s Hall week.

Anas  Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye Social Foundation team have been the brain behind several undercovers in Ghana and beyond including racketeering in DVLA offices across Ghana, poor conditions in Osu Children Home saga, the smuggling of cocoa in Ghana’s borders and a host of others.

There would be other side attractions to wow your emotions. Come and be part of the Great Atlantic Hall groundbreaking event.

Story by: Abdul-Karim Mohammed Awaf(Fayar)
Communication Studies (0268466467)

 

 

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