Anas Aremeyaw Anas: Ghana Undercover

Media History

The reporting was intended for these media types: Newspaper

"Sex Ghetto Raided" - Anas Aremeyaw Anas - The New Crusading Guide

12, 13, 14 Year Old Girls Rescued

2008-01-28

The operation got underway as a result of an undercover video obtained by The Crusading GUIDE reporter and submitted to the Ghana Police. The paper obtained hard core evidence on a Video Compact Disk, where little girls were sexually exploited in turns by adults who had paid for their services. This reporter picked up a job at the brothel as a cleaner responsible for sweeping used condoms and cleaning the rooms. The Crusading GUIDE is yet to publish details of what is captured on the video CD, where children are seen being sexually exploited.

"Diplomatic Sex Scandal Hits Accra" - Anas Aremeyaw Anas - The New Crusading Guide

2009-03-20

Sex and pornography are very much an integral part of the tourism boom. But before anyone begins to think about the numerous backyard hotels sprawling around Accra as the main theatre of the drama, let the New Crusading GUIDE confirm that the latter-day Spa's are knee-deep in the sordid, carnal side of tourism. They are not as innocent as they pose. The paper's investigative journalist has caught on camera the grotesque and horrifying activities of a Ghanaian spa called Working Girl Wellness Centre.

"Deadly Gold" - Anas Aremeyaw Anas

2012-05-18

"Ghana's Sex Mafia" - Anas Aremeyaw Anas

2012-05-18

"Multiple international award-winning undercover reporter, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, goes undercover in this riveting documentary to expose a highly organized human trafficking ring working across the West African sub-region.For years, James Xu Jin, Chou Xiou Ving and Sam Shan Zifan have eluded law enforcement officials with their tricks. They lure poor, innocent and vulnerable Chinese girls into West Africa and force them into prostitution. The girls are held in bondage; their passports are confiscated and the traffickers profit from their sexual enslavement."

"The Messiah of Mentukwa" - Anas Aremeyaw Anas

2012-05-18

"She convinced her followers to travel miles away from their friends, families and possessions to a place where they were to live a holy life in preparation for the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. They settled in the bushes of Mentukwa – far from the prying eyes of the public and the scrutiny of authorities.In this groundbreaking documentary, ace undercover reporter Anas Aremeyaw Anas joined the church. He took the name Joseph Jesus Christ. With his hidden camera, Anas went behind the history and the operations of the church by dispelling myths."

"How to Rob Africa" - Stanley Kwenda, Clive Patterson, and Anas Aremeyaw Anas - People & Power

2012-11-08

"The world's wealthy countries often criticise African nations for corruption - especially that perpetrated by those among the continent's government and business leaders who abuse their positions by looting tens of billions of dollars in national assets or the profits from state-owned enterprises that could otherwise be used to relieve the plight of some of the world's poorest peoples. Yet the West is culpable too in that it often looks the other way when that same dirty money is channelled into bank accounts in Europe and the US.International money laundering regulations are supposed to stop the proceeds of corruption being moved around the world in this way, but it seems the developed world's financial system is far more tempted by the prospect of large cash injections than it should be. . ."

"Anas Aremeyaw Anas: How I named, shamed and jailed" - TedTalks

2013-06-05

"Photos & Text! Anas Aremeyaw Anas' Latest 'Trafficked and Abused'"

2014-03-12

"Intelligence information on the activities of the trafficking ring was first circulated by the International Police Agency, INTERPOL. After receiving the information, 5 months of extensive undercover work was undertaken by Anas Aremeyaw Anas, leading to the arrest of the traffickers. The operation was also assisted by the US and UK embassies, and the Vietnamese Embassy.  Having established that these women were being hired out to clients who had the option of either spending time with them at the Jang Mi Guest House in Takoradi or taking them to another location and returning them on an agreed date and time, our undercover reporter set out to unmask the faces whose activities led to the abuse and prostitution of these girls. . . . "