The former deputy Sports Minister Joseph Yamin has claimed to apologise to Ghanaians if he's captured in the latest Anas video expose.
The investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas is reported to premiere his latest video expose dubbed "Number 12" which will be 'about corruption in politics and football'.
It is indicated that the video expose will be premiered in Accra on June 6, 2018, at the Accra International Conference Centre.
Anas' Boss Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako who is the Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, has hinted that "it will shock the very foundation of hitherto decent and well-respected Ghanaians caught in this expose and the damage is irredeemable".
The Ghana FA Boss and 1st Vice president of the Confederation of Africa Football, Kwesi Nyantakyi has told the Daily Guide Newspaper that the football association is ready for the video expose.
But the ex-deputy sports minister Joseph Yamin has revealed to apologise to Ghanaians if he becomes casualty in the video expose.
Though he admitted that the "Number 12" will limit the level of corruption in Ghanaian football space and politics.
"Am expecting the video to be premiere. I will buy ticket to watch the video and see if am in the video. We're all potential to be caught in the video," Yamin told Kumasi-based Agyenkwa FM.
He added "We should all encourage and challenge Anas (the investigative journalist) to bring the video for the benefit of Ghanaians. Though it will implicate people but it will bring sanity into the football system and also scrutinise corrupt government officials."
Yamin is unnerve because he has "nothing to hide" during his tenure as a Deputy Sports Minister.
"But if am captured in the video, I will accept it in good faith and apologise to Ghanaians," he proclaimed.
"But if you have nothing to hide why do you run?" Joseph Yamin questioned.
In July 2014, Joseph Yamin was removed as the country's Deputy Sports Minister by the Ex-President John Dramani Mahaha following the Black stars disastrous campaign at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
By: Augustus Opoku