Anas showed nothing new but provided an evidence of an existing rot – Lecturer
A political Science lecturer of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Mr. Mohammed Abass has expressed his views on the Number Twelve (12) video of Anas saying “he is not surprised of the activities in the video and sees nothing new about it”.
He says it has been in existence for a while and Anas played a major role in exposing the rot with evidence. He quotes “this is even small” and went further to link it to political parties and how they finance their activities in the country.
He also believes their ways are through corrupt activities and should be investigated. He continued saying the number 12 video has prompted and triggered the nation to make a wakeup call and check other forms of corruption in the future.
He said the next expose on corruption should not be only based on evidence but should include the investigating of individuals who command too much resource which do not tally with their profession.
Moreover they should investigate and account for the generation of their transactions and incomes in such activities.