National Youth Organizer, Nana Boakye popularly called Nana B has asked the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service to interrogate undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas over the murder of his team member, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
Speaking on Peace FM's Kokrokoo, Nana B told host Nana Yaw Kesseh that "Anas should be invited to assist in the investigations" just as the Assin Central Member of Parliament; Kennedy Agyapong was invited by the CID.
Former Boss of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kwesi Nyantakyi has also been interrogated by the Ghana Police Service.
In a statement issued by the Police Service, a team of detectives interrogated Kwesi Nyantakyi because the deceased played a role in the documentary; Number 12; an investigative piece which led to the dismissal of the former.
According to the statement signed by ACP David Eklu, the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has already started “extensive and rigorous investigations into the unfortunate killing of Mr. Hussein Suale” but Nana B would want them not to ignore Anas Aremeyaw Anas including family and friends of the deceased, who to him, are all persons of interest in the murder case.
However, touching on the Minority in Parliament’s position on Hon. Kennedy Agyapong as a possible prime suspect to the case, Nana B wondered why they would single the MP out and not include other factors that may have resulted in the death of the journalist.
He believed there was nothing wrong with the Assin Central MP disclosing the identity of the deceased after the Tiger Eye PI team and Anas Aremeyaw Anas exposed some corrupt officials in the Ghana's Sports industry.
In his view, "if Anas could display pictures of his victims publicly when they haven't been tried and found guilty by any court of competent jurisdiction", then Hon. "Agyapong's exposure of the identities of his (Anas) team members is equally not wrong".