Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas

Undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas says his audience should expect a sequel to his ‘Corona Quacks’ documentary.

The BBC Africa Eye piece which was premiered on Monday revealed persons selling and dealing in fake coronavirus cures.

Speaking on the documentary on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show on Tuesday, Anas said ‘Corona Quacks’ is only part one of the exposé.

“Part two is coming and you will love it,” the head of Tiger Eye PI told host of the show, Kojo Yankson.

He said the sequel will focus on persons who shortchanged the country when they were put in charge of government sponsored Covid-19 relief items.

“While there was announcement by president of nice incentives, good food and all that being packaged for us as well as PPEs, there were people who were very busy as usual stealing,” Anas revealed.

He said these are people who worked for the state.

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Reacting to critics who said the documentary did not live up to its billing, the celebrated investigator said not every day is for the felling of Ministers and big names.

He said the quacks close to the people must also be exposed.