Everyone is afraid of the 'Assin bulldog' - Social media reacts to killing of Anas' undercover investigator
A member of a popular private investigations company, Tiger Eye PI, Ahmed Hussein-Suale has been shot dead by unknown persons at Madina in Accra.
The killing of the team member of the group happened Wednesday night.
The leader of Tiger Eye PI and award-winning undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas posted on Twitter, eulogising his slain colleague.
“Sad news, but we shall not be silenced. Rest in peace, Ahmed,” he wrote.
Undercover investigator and a key member of Anas Aremeyaw Anas' Tiger Eye Private Investigations team, Ahmed Hussein-Suale has been shot dead.
All eyes seem to be on the MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong. The politician in 2018 shared pictures of Ahmed and called on the public to attack him.
The tough-talking politician said he will pay anyone who assaulted Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
Ghanaians have been reacting to the news of Ahmed Hussein-Suale’s death.
Kennedy Agyapong's arrest has been long overdue charle.. eno be this Ahmed case p3 sef. man acts like he is above the law because he is rich sometimes
how can u tell people to beat someone and that u will pay for damages on T.V and go free..
he be MP oo.. one of our leaders ????
— Kay ???????? ???????? (@Kaypoisson1) 17 January 2019
Kennedy Agyapong said the guy should be beaten "If he comes to the Premises of NET 2."
He was reckless in his statements but y'all should just stop this and let the police make their investigations. This blames will just shift attention from the real perpetrators of the crime.
— ARMAH???????? (@Bob_Armah) 17 January 2019
Undercover investigator and a key member of Anas Aremeyaw Anas' Tiger Eye Private Investigatons team, Ahmed Hussein-Suale has been shot dead ????.
Kennedy Agyapong's recklessness must be dealt with!#MoeshaBoduong ????
— Moesha Babiinoti Boduong (@moeshaboduong) 17 January 2019
You think Kennedy agyapong will be questioned about the killing of Ahmed after dat statement he made. Ghana we dey ooo. Person wey ur president sef dey fear am????
— SHATTA WALE's SON ???????? (@MMettaleon) 17 January 2019
If a witch cries in the night and a child dies in the morning, we do not go to the soothsayer to ask what killed the child. This ancient proverb may be flawed in law, but the witch should not be left out if suspects are taken for questioning.
Manasseh Azure Awuni (@Manasseh_Azure) 17 January 2019
Me de33 make dem arrest Kennedy Agyapong. Next time he will know how to talk. Buh u go see norr the case go turn foolish case. That’s how dumb our country is. R.I.P #Ahmed
— Daa Joe (@princeboafo145) 17 January 2019
Madam let say he’s not Anas’s boy Nd just an average Ghanaian like you and I. Should Ken be investigated or not?????...... he is the only person on record to have made threats at the young man and you think his death shouldn’t be pinned on him??? #JournalismIsNotACrime
— Kennedy Gago (@kenny_gago) 17 January 2019
I condemn this vicious, sordid act and wish for the perpetrators to be apprehended but #JournalismIsNotACrime tag which seeks to center the narrative on Ken Agyapong as perhaps the only person with motive may appear very logical but not very smart.
— Nyfa ???????? (@Kotokovski) 17 January 2019
Funny aspect is Ghana under NPP will not arrest Kennedy Agyapong. Everyone knows that.
Ghana like any other country will not do anything to such a powerful politician. Everyone including @NAkufoAddo is scared of the Assin bulldog. #RIPAhmed #JournalismIsNotACrime
— TALKING NEWSPAPER (@TalkinNewsPaper) 17 January 2019