Tiger Eye PI, the company of investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has allayed the fears of the public of a possible bomb attack at the venue of the premiering of his latest exposé titled Number 12 which uncovers corruption in Ghana football.
“People running around with that information should be ignored since there would be enough security provided at the events and no bomb would be there,” Tiger Eye PI said.
According to them, the circulation of that falsehood “could only amount to a figment of the imagination of the wicked and corrupt persons, who are bent on ensuring that either the film is not shown to Ghanaians or that the events are not attended by the good people of Ghana, in whose interest Tiger Eye PI and Anas have over the years braced the storm, to blow the lid off corrupt practices”.
Tiger Eye PI further stated that adequate measures have been taken to ensure that the documentary is screened successfully without any hitch.
“We want to assure the public that we are not naive of the need for the needed security arrangements for such events. This is because we have been in this practice for a considerable number of years”.
The documentary will be premiered at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) on June 6 and 7.
Similar events will be held in Kumasi, Tamale and other cities.