Ghana’s ace undercover journo, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has disclosed that he nearly lost his manhood owing to drugs administered to him during one of his undercovers at the Accra Psychiatric hospital.
He said that drugs offered to mental patients made inmates drowsy, sleepy and affected the potency of their manhood, so having taken these drugs since he was considered as a mental patient during the undercover at the mental hospital, he lost his manhood for close to three week before it came back to normalcy.
The multi-award winning journalist disclosed this when he visited the Great Atlantic Hall of the University of Cape Coast as part of activities marking the Hall 52nd Hall Week Celebration of the hall on Saturday, February, 28, 2015.
“I realized that my manhood was not working three days after that undercover so I consulted my doctor and he discovered that it was due to the drugs administered to me at the mental hospital. He then asked me to go and wait for two week and see if I will regain my manhood but after one night I realized that it begun to work again” Anas disclosed
It would be recalled that Anas went into undercover at the Accra Psychiatric Hospital and uncovered that patients were subjected to physical abuses and callous neglect. Staff bought cocaine and cannabis for patients while stealing food meant for them to sell on the open market.
Recounting his adventurous over the years, Anas indicated that he was motivated by the principles of to name, shame and jail corrupt people who continue to loot state resources at the expense of the poor.
Accompanied by heavy armed police, Anas walked patrons through how he has journeyed so far, maintaining that it was through dent of hard and perseverance.
Patrons were enthralled with documentaries of some of his undercovers in Ghana, Nigeria, Bangkok Prisons and other African countries.
He urged students to contribute in their own small way to help ride Ghana of corruption and make society a better place.
He implored students that they had the potential to do greater things than he was doing and therefore students should develop the tenacity of purpose and not swayed by critics.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Head Team have been the brain behind several exposures of corruption, child abuses and other social ills both in Ghana and beyond including racketeering in DVLA offices, poor conditions in Osu Children Home saga, the smuggling of cocoa in Ghana’s borders, the infamous Bawjiase Children Home exposure and a host of others.