Ahmed’s murder has put my reputation on the line and I’ll fight — Ken Agyapong
Member of Parliament (MP) Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has observed that his reputation is on the line following the murder of Ahmed Hussein-Suale and therefore must fight to clear his name.
Making an appearance on NET 2 TV on Monday, the businessman promised to furnish the police with the evidence he has gathered so far indicating that it will shock the country what he has found out so far.
According to him, residents of the area know the people who committed the crime and must help divulge vital information that will lead to their arrest placing a GH¢100,000 on the murderers of the late undercover journalist.
“Someone is dead and no matter his mistakes he has a right and life to live. The area boys saw that this person came around on a motorbike and sat with them from 3pm to between 9:57 and 10pm before committing the act and nobody is talking to the police. Nobody is helping the police”, he wondered in an interview monitored by MyNewsGh.com.
Continuing on the programme dubbed Dialogue he said “What I want to is that, anybody who can give any vital information leading to the arrest of the perpetrators of the act gets GH¢100,000 because it is my reputation on the line”, he revealed on NET 2 TV.
The Assin Central lawmaker who disclosed that he has a lot of information but will only divulge to the appropriate quarters at the right time.
It would be recalled that Ahmed Hussein-Suale who played a key role in the investigative piece of Anas’ Number 12 that bothered on corruption in football was reportedly shot three times, twice in the chest and another in the neck at Madina a suburb of Accra.
The unidentified men were said to be riding a motorbike. He was rushed to the police hospital but confirmed dead on arrival.