Aftermath of Ahmed’s death: Anas cautions Ghanaians to be careful
Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has called on Ghanaians to be cautious about statements made in relation to the murder of his colleague, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
According to a report by 3news.com, he added that comments from the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, are quite unfortunate.
This was after Agyapong has granted an interview, in which he stated that he had no interest in killing Ahmed.
“We should all be careful because it’s early days yet,” he told the BBC on Thursday, January 17, 2019.
Anas added that a murder charge is something that must be proven beyond reasonable doubt, and that the police will look at the evidence available “and if there is any merit in it, I think they will be the best to make a judgement”.
He went on to say that there were death threats in the course of the release of Number 12, an investigative documentary focused on football administration in Ghana.
Ahmed Hussein-Suale, who was a key member of Anas’ private investigations team, Tiger Eye PI, was shot dead at Madina on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, while driving home.
Ahmed was one of Tiger Eye journalists whose photographs Agyapong circulated in his ‘Who Watches The Watchman’ anti-Anas video documentary, in which he urged people to beat him up for a handsome reward.