Actress Nana Ama McBrown has pleaded with Anas Aremeyaw Anas to extend his undercover services to the creative arts industry.
She said although his recent exposé was based mainly on Ghana’s football, she has a lot of reason to believe such corrupt activities happen in the entertainment industry too.
Speaking to Adom FM’s presenter, Afia Pokua, at last Wednesday’s premiere of the ‘Number 12’ documentary, she said, “I don’t think it’s with only football, it’s with the entertainment industry too. He should check there too…”
Nana Ama further advised various institutions and industry players to desist from engaging in corrupt activities that might hinder their careers.
She was among some 60 showbiz personalities who, NEWS-ONE gathered, received invitations to be part of Wednesday’s premiere.
A large number of Ghanaians, including sports and political enthusiasts, defied Wednesday’s rains in Accra to watch the much-talked-about video premiere of Anas’ investigative work.