Kennedy Agyapong Indicts Police For Hiding Ahmed Suale Killers

Ahmed Hussein Suale, Investigative Journalist, Kennedy Agyapong, MP for the Assin Central Constituency,  Ken-Yeboah, CID Boss Ahmed Hussein Suale, Investigative Journalist, Kennedy Agyapong, MP for the Assin Central Constituency, Ken-Yeboah, CID Boss

The Member of Parliament (MP) for the Assin Central Constituency, Kennedy Agyapong, who many linked to the dastardly assassination of Ahmed Hussein-Suale, the investigative journalist with the Tiger Eye PI, has threatened to redeem his image by releasing the names and identities of those who committed the crime.

He suggested that the Ghana Police Service, has details of the two killers , but had concealed, and demanded that they disclose it or he will reveal the individuals who he said were residents of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.

The NPP MP, linked the two to the illegal mining popularly called "Galamsey" bringing a new dimension to the murder case which some had linked to the Number 12 expose' on Kwesi Nyantakyi, the ex-president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

Kennedy Agyapong, who is a friend of the current boss of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), Ken Yeboah, claim that those involved in the murder were involved in Galamsey, is quite revealing as the slain journalist and the Tiger Eye team member, had been involved in the exposé of some individuals who had been involved in Galamsey and are close to government.

Ahmed Hussein-Suale, was killed gruesomely in Madina shortly after the work on the GFA, but before then, his pictures had been circulated on Kennedy Agyapong's Net2 TV with a Fatwa placed on his head by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) MP to be dealt with.

However, he criticised the Ghana Police Service for failing to be proactive in dealing with the killers of the investigative journalist.

"I'm giving the Ghana Police Service a one-week ultimatum to announce those who killed Ahmed Suale or I will personally bring out the names of the people who killed Ahmed Suale," Mr Agyapong told Accra-based Kingdom.

"The delay in serving justice in this instance is inexplicable and inordinate. True, it is not within the bounds of possibility to bring Suale back to life, but it is within the confines of the capacity of the Police to bring the perpetrators to book. This is our conviction," he added.

Mr Hussein-Suale, one of Anas Aremeyaw Anas' investigators, was murdered in 2019 at Madina, following the airing of Number 12, an investigative piece into football corruption in Ghana.

He was shot three times, while he was driving home, following a call that his child was sick.

He was a lead investigator at Tiger Eye Private Investigations, founded by Anas. Two years after the incident occurred, Mr Hussein-Suale's family, has accused the Police Service of abandoning his murder.