This mesmerizing and haunting corruption keynote by journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas will have you both enraged and speechless at the same time.
The Ghana-based journalist has been working on stories of corruption and crime for over 14 years, using courageous immersion and undercover methods to be able to document hard evidence. He believes that being a journalist means "naming, shaming and jailing" those who commit some of the grotesque and grisly crimes he talks about in his corruption keynote.
Without ever revealing his identity -- his face remains hidden during the talk for security reasons -- Anas highlights some harrowing stories from his career to show the audience that "journalism is about results."
Anas is passionate about his work, he believes that journalism should be about affecting your community or society in the most progressive way and using evidence to lead to positive results, no matter the cost.
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