Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper has backed a section of the public who claim the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong was not responsible for the death of Ahmed Suale, an investigative journalist and a partner of Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
Some people are asking the police to arrest Kennedy Agyapong because they believe he was behind the murder of Ahmed Suale.
The minority in Parliament says the maverick politician should be arrested and prosecuted.
Adding his voice to the debate during a panel discussion on Radio Gold’s Alhaji and Alhaji, Kwesi Pratt said even though his actions can be described as reckless and unguarded, he did not kill Ahmed Suale.
“If he wanted to commit murder, he must be extremely stupid to announce it; but I don’t think he is stupid…what he did was reckless, unguarded, an affront to the law but we cannot conclude that he was the one behind pulling of the trigger. He put up the picture; advocating for the use of violence that was clearly unlawful. Nothing was don’t about it….we all went to sleep; failed in our civic duty” he indicated.
According to him, “Ghana is in a state of heightened insecurity and it is the responsibility of those we have been elected to help us have some peace…”