Current news making waves reports that the police has finally identified the killers of Tiger Eye PI undercover journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
Ahmed Hussein-Suale who was a key-partner to undercover investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas was reported to have been shot and killed by two unknown assailants as he was an inch away from his family house at Madina on Wednesday, 16th January 2019.
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After his shocking death, many people including diplomatic personalities and organizations have linked his attack to a role executed by Member of Parliament for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong.
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The artless member of parliament was said to have splattered pictures of the deceased on television and on many social media platforms after the premiere of Number 12 documentary which exposed the corruption in Ghana’s football.
In a worse situation, he was also heard to have announced to the public that any individual who by chance would meet Ahmed should beat him because he is a bad boy.
This and many circumstances have triggered the Minority in Parliament to call for Mr. Agyapong’s arrest for what they say was his role in the assassination of Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
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However, speaking in an interview on Ekosii Sen, MP for Sekondi Hon Agyapa Mercer described the call from the minority as premature.
According to Hon Agyapa, the police will not be bolted to fire the gun when the perpetrators are on the run.
The Sekondi MP revealed that some suspected parties in the Ahmed murder case who refused police invitation claiming to be outside the country were actually in Ghana.
“Some people told the police they had travel when in fact they were in Ghana. You think the police are joking? He quizzed.
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Hon Agyapa Mercer continued to say that the police understanding the interest of the international community in the matter will work assiduously until the perpetrators are brought to book.
“Even the people who committed the crime have been identified and I’m more than definite that the police will get to the bottom of the matter” he opined.
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