Honourable Kennedy Agyapong and some Ghanaians who are trying to discredit the work of Anas have been making the argument that Anas is a corrupt person who entraps others with his tricks then uses the videos for his own benefit.
According to their argument, any person put in that position would take the money and thus Anas is the one at fault.
However, full viewing of ‘Number 12’ shows that even though many people fell victim to temptation, some also stood strong and refused the money.
According to UTV journalist Dan K. Yeboah, who watched the screening and talked about it later on the channel, the PRO of the GFA, Ibrahim Sani Dara, refused a Ghc 4,000 bribe offered to him by Tiger Eye PI during the filming of the documentary.
Even though he did not know he was on tape, Dara refused the bribe, which his own boss Nyantakyi was unwilling to do.
Kwesi Nyantakyi not only took money but as we reported earlier, he literally sold the country to investors.