TRUE IDENTITY BEHIND THE FAKE PHOTOS KENNEDY AGYAPONG RELEASED CLAIMING TO BE ANAS

Maverick politician and businessman, Kennedy Agyapong has reportedly released six images of ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.We cannot independently verify if indeed the images making the rounds on social media are those of the journalist as he uses over 150 prosthetics to conceal his true identity in the course of his undercover operations.

According to Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Anas has been setting up most of his victims and is, therefore, releasing images of his identity to enable Ghanaians to know who he is. He also claims that all the high rise buildings in Dzorwulu belong to Anas adding that he obtained his law degree dubiously using the former Chief Justice.

‘What is Kwaku Baako talking about. I respect him ‘paaa’ but we don’t fear him. Go to Midas Residence and see the houses he has put up there. He and his partner Phillip. Go and see Midas and tell me which journalist can build that.” Ken fired.

Well, the images released by Kennedy Agyapong as promised and released this morning claiming they were the investigative journalist – Anas Aremeyaw Anas are fake and untrue about the journalist. The photos released by him with two black men with dread locks were models, cinematographers and other business ventures from different countries.

Information gathered shows that the first guy in the pictures Kennedy Agyapong released this morning was Patrick Marcelino. Patrick is from Brazil with strong connections to Africa. In a blog post, he claims to hail from Ghana through his mother.

Patrick co-founded the Abioye clothing brand. Abioye is a powerful brand. Abioye was an idea founded on the principle that clothing should be fresh, cool, memorable, inspirational, and powerful. The brand was created to speak to people who are proud of their style and do not dress to conform to society’s rules. It also will unite people to show strength and solidarity.

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