Undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has tantalized audiences with a preview of his upcoming investigative work on organized crime. Speaking at the Disruptionlab Network event in Germany alongside CNN’s Stephanie Busari, Anas hinted at a disturbing and spine-chilling revelation scheduled for release in January 2024.
During the discussion on combatting organized crime in Africa, Anas unveiled details about his forthcoming project, suggesting that its contents are likely to jolt viewers worldwide. He specifically highlighted the intensity of the footage, cautioning of its graphic and unsettling nature.
“The film that I have seen, which is likely to be released on the BBC in January, shocked me,” Anas disclosed. “Get ready for a shocker on the BBC Africa Eye… It will go globally, it will play on the world service, it will play on BBC Africa Eye, but even me, when I saw film and I got to the middle, I got out and I went away because the scenes are gory, people can be evil.”
Anas’ revelation has ignited curiosity and anticipation among audiences eager to witness his undercover exposé. The investigative piece, poised for a global release, is anticipated to shed light on the harrowing realities of organized crime, promising a compelling yet disturbing narrative.