Renowned investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has rendered an unqualified apology to the public following the suspension to telecast his latest documentary titled “Galamsey Economy Expose”
The much-awaited documentary was supposed to be shown today, Monday, 14 November, and Tuesday, 15 November, at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) on the Castle Road, Accra.
However, after severally advertised the venue for the showing of his latest documentary it was called off after management of the AICC, stopped the Tiger Eye P.I., team from screening the film at their auditorium.
A statement of notice from the camp of Anas indicated that “Management of AICC [Accra International Conference Centre] informed Tiger Eye through our agent on Saturday, 12 November 2022, that the venue is no longer available for use on the said dates.
“Tiger Eye has already fulfilled every requirement of AICC to use the place including payment for the venue despite last minute change in cost by about per cent (30%),” Anas again said.
He noted that they at Tiger Eye are “saddened that barely 48 hours to the public screening, when invitation have been sent to diplomatic community and other high-profile individuals, and flyers sent out to the public, we have had to look for a new venue.”
To this end, they apologise for the inconvenience in change of venue and said all tickets already out are valid for the new venue.
“We would like to apologise to the public for the inconvenience in change of venue. Our agent is securing another auditorium and we will update the public soon on the new venue. All tickets already out are valid for the new venue,” it assured.