Murdered Ahmed’s family appeals to public to help Police find his killers
The family of undercover Journalist Ahmed Hussein Suale who was shot dead last Wednesday has appealed to the general public as well as National and International bodies to assist the Police find the killers.
Ahmed Husein was shot three times, twice in the chest and another in the neck by gunmen on motorbike in Madina, Accra while driving home on Wednesday night.
He was key in the undercover investigations that exposed deep-rooted corruption in Ghana’s football administration and across Africa.
At a press conference, the Spokesperson of Ahmed’s Family called for the Police to be resourced adequately to enable them to unravel the killers behind such crimes.
“Suale began experiencing threats to his life and reported same to his immediate family and friends only when details of his Ghanaian passport and photographs were shown and widely circulated on some TV stations and in the print media and social media platforms. Developments that caused him to make several reports to the Police administration, an act that never saved him from the cruel hands of his assailants.
He added: “We’ll like to call t=on the Ghana Journalist Association, Internation Federation of Journalists, Global investigative Journalist Network, all foreign missions in Ghana, Civil society groups and the general public to support the security agencies and the Ghana Police Service with information, gtechnology and expertise to unravel the mystery surrounding the killing of Ahmed Suale. The family will want preriodic updates from the government of Ghana and the security agencies made in bringing the perpetrators to book.”
Ahmed was one of Tiger Eye investigators who had his picture circulated by Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong in his ‘who watches the watchman’ anti-Anas video documentary and called on the public to deal ruthlessly with him whenever they came into contact with him, and promised monetary reward for the perpetrators.