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Local television stations to show Anas video exposé - Randy Abbey reveals Featured

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The former spokesperson of the Ghana Football Association, Randy Abbey, yesterday revealed that the television stations in the country can air Anas exposé video after the premiere.
 
The Hearts of Lions bankroller, Randy who has been tagged as a shadow-editor for the ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas strongly denied the conjecture but admitted having personal relation between them.
 
The Host of 'Good Morning Ghana', Randy Abbey, also hinted that the British Broadcasting Cooperation are planning to telecast Anas video exposé after it has been premiered in Ghana.
 
"I have spoken with Anas and he has told me that the BBC is part of it (airing the video)," Randy told Nhyira FM. 
 
"He (Anas) has even told me that the BBC are looking at translating the thing (video) to 17 different languages to reach their global audience," he added.
 
"After airing the video in Accra, Kumasi, Tamale, and Takoradi. The BBC will then transmit the video. Three days after, the local television stations can show the video," Randy revealed.
 
The latest Anas Aremeyaw Anas video exposé is about corruption in football and politics.
 
The video exposé will be premiered in Accra on June 6 at the International Conference Centre.
 
There will be other screenings in Kumasi at the New CCB Auditorium, KNUST, on the 9th and 10th, continue in Tamale, at the Radach Hotel, on the 13th and then finally end in Takoradi, at the Akroma Plaza on the 16th.
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