The unfortunate murder of Ahmed Hussein-Suale, one of the journalist who exposed corruption in Ghana has divided the nation.
The question Ghanaians are asking is who killed Ahmed Hussein-Suale and why was he killed?
Kwesi Pratt, one of the top Ghanaian Journalist and Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper has also echoed what most Ghanaians have been saying to the unfortunate death of Ghanaian Journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
They believe the fact that Hon. Kennedy Agyapong threatened Ahmed Hussein-Suale doesn’t make him a killer.
Kwesi Pratt believes the Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong’s utterances was a bit over the top, however, he is not a murderer. ”Kennedy Agyapong Is Not A Murderer ~ Kwesi Pratt”
Hon. Ken Agyapong has also confirmed in most interviews that even though he said if Ahmed Hussein-Suale set’s foot on his premises he should be beaten, he will not gain anything from killing him and urged the authorities to investigate this horrific death so the corporates can be brought to justice.
My hands are clean~ Ken Agyapong
Kwesi Pratt, just like many Ghanaians think it just doesn’t make sense for the Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong to broadcast to whole world before killing Ahmed.
Ahmed Hussein-Suale, one of the journalist who exposed corruption in Ghana was shot three times in his car on his way home last Wednesday in Medina, Ghana.
Ahmed Hussein was a former Tiger Eye Private Investigations (Tiger Eye PI) and allegedly worked with journalist Anas Aremayaw Anas.
Some of the work/investigations the Ahmed and his team were involved using hidden body cameras includes:
Chinese sex trafficking ring in Accra, exposing Africa football corruption resulting in President of Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi and some referees in Ghana earning a lifetime ban from FIFA.
Their investigations also exposes some well respected high court judges who take bribes…
According to Ghana News, the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has already questioned for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong and the former Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Kwesi Nyantakyi in connection with the tragic death of Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
Most Ghanaians believe Ahmed Hussein was killed because of ‘who watches the watchman’ or ‘Number 12‘.
Update: Kennedy Agyapong Offers Ghc 100,000 to Anyone Who Find Ahmed’s Killers
The question is, who killed Ahmed Hussein-Suale and why was he killed?
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