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General News of Friday, 2 November 2012

Source: News One /Witwatersrand-South Africa

Anas abortion doctor bonked 92 girls...Still at post

Joshua Drah, the quack medical doctor of Madina-based Mission Clinic who was recently caught on a secretly recorded video forcing his female patients to have unprotected sex with him right in his theater, actually bonked 92 of pregnant women and girls who went to him for abortion.

This was revealed by mysterious investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

Anas, speaking at the ongoing African Investigative Journalism Conference at the Witwatersrand University in Johannesburg, South Africa, said the ‘doctor’ had confessed to police that 92 of the pregnant patients became victims of his unruly libido.

Interestingly, he is still working at the facility that has shockingly not been closed down. The video was secretly recorded by Anas Aremeyaw Anas, who went working undercover at the private clinic and captured the doctor bonking several ladies of all ages before performing illegal abortions on them.

The must-watch video had mind-boggling scenes with brutal sex acts.

For the three months that Anas worked undercover at the private clinic, Dr. Drah was captured on video having sex with several of his pregnant patients. Interestingly, the doctor had unprotected sex with the ladies he barely knew.

He would normally make the ladies strip naked and then start to insert his finger into their genitals as if that was an important part of the abortion procedure. Dr. Drah would then explain that the ladies’ sex organ was too ‘closed up’ and that the only solution to make the abortion successful was for him to use his penis to ‘wet’ and ‘loosen up’ the sex organs a bit.

Left without a choice, the ladies would just lay on the operation table as they watched him enter them while standing. He used a type of sex position popularly known as ‘jinahogye’.

Anas was speaking at the three-day conference under the theme ‘The Art of Undercover Journalism.’ The award-winning investigative journalist said he was not bothered by name-calling and criticisms and said he was glad to have taken the first step to address societal challenges. “Some people think what I do is not journalism, standing in law courts to testify against people I investigate.

I want to see real change in society… Undercover journalism gives you hard core evidence,” he said, but “all the rules are observed, back up team, security protocol all put in place”.

Wearing a human-face like mask to cover his identity, Anas revealed how difficult and dangerous it had always been for him and team members, especially on security, in search of “hard core evidence”.

On the issue of why Anas did not end investigations with the first victim in the Wild Ghana story, he said he needed more incriminating evidence against the ‘Abortion Lord’. “I had to prove first a prima facie case against the man under investigation and I am sorry I did not stop at one until I captured the fourth woman,” he explained.

Anas Aremeyaw recently won the Young Achievers Award in Ghana but the award was collected on his behalf whilst he was away on Aljazeera’s Africa Investigates Project.