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    Ken Agyapong drags Anas before ruling family in Qatar

    Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP), Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has dragged ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas before the ruling family in Qatar, Al Athani family.

    The MP said he petitioned the family because he believes the investigative journalist impersonated the family during his investigation into corruption at the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

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    “We have petitioned Sheikh Al Thani in Dubai for them to tell us the kind of links they have with Anas, to me impersonated them…,” he said.

    The Law Maker has been ‘fighting’ the investigative journalist since the premiering of his documentary #12 which sought to unearth corruption at the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

    Ken has since the premiering of the documentary sought to unmask the man who is revered for his documentaries that bring to light, hidden secrets.

    The MP who believes Anas has been trapping people said he will go every length to unmask him.

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    He has gone a step further by petitioning the Al Thani family in Dubai to indicate the sort of relationship they have with the investigative journalist.

    About the Al Thani family

    The Al-Thani family, a member of the Tamimi tribe, is the ruling family of Qatar.

    Unlike other Arab rulers, the family is neither a descendent of the Prophet Muhammad nor of long-standing tenure in their kingdom; rather, their rise to power was the result of British and Ottoman imperial politics. As their rise parallels the creation of an independent Qatar, the two entities are inextricably linked.

    Today, members of the al-Thani family dominate key government ministries and receive a significant share of state revenue.

    Source: GhanaNewsPage.Com

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