Stop the big English and arrest murderers - Mahama's special aide
Joyce Bawa Mogtari, special aide to former president John Mahama has said it is high time we stop the talk shop and take concrete actions to arrest perpetrators of the dastardly murder of a member of Tiger PI crew, Ahmed Hussein-Suale by unknown assailants.
In a Facebook post keenly monitored by Ghanawebs' Ananpansah B Abraham, she said we can't be speaking big English when lives are being lost and the criminals are walking scot free waiting to commit more crimes.
She called on Ghanaians to rise to the occasion of condemning the perpetrators of such acts and urged the police to thoroughly investigate and quickly arrest the murderers.
"An Individual Employee of Ghana’s foremost Private Investigation Company Tiger Eye is murdered in cold blood just like that and we are speaking big English! Can we all stop the talk shop! Condemn the perpetrators and pray and hope that the Police will carry out a thorough investigation and quickly apprehend the murderers please!! Just too many lives being lost and so many criminals walking about freely waiting to commit more crimes," she wrote on her Facebook wall.
She recalled the murder of the Operations Manager of Ghana Water Company Limited and the murder of the Public Relations Manager of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority and launched a passionate appeal for the culprits to be arrested and made to pay for their crimes.
Mr Ahmed Hussein Suale who worked with the Tiger Eye Private Investigations operated by ace journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, was gunned down by unknown assailants at Madina on Wednesday.
Hussein-Suale was shot three times; twice in the chest and another in the neck late Wednesday night while driving home by unidentified men riding a motorbike.
Reacting to news of his death, Anas posted a video in which the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong was issuing threats and wrote “Sad news, but we shall not be silenced. Rest in peace, Ahmed”.
In a press release, Tiger Eye said they were "terribly devastated by the dastardly act", but were "unshaken" in their pursuit of "nation-wreckers".
Meanwhile, Executive Director of The Press Foundation, TPF, Listowell Yesu Bukarson has described the murder of a member of the Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger PI team as “shameful” calling it “a massive attack on journalism”.
The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, has officially invited Member of Parliament for Assin Central, the Honorable Kennedy Agyapong over the murder, ACP David Eklu has confirmed on Asempa FM.