A group calling itself Dynamic Youth Movement of Ghana (DYMOG) has condemned the gruesome murder of private investigator and undercover journalist Ahmed Hussein- Suale , a member of the Tiger Eye Private Investigation team who was slain by unknown assailants in Madina on the night of Wednesday, January 16, 2019.
In a statement signed by its director of communications, the group indicated that the assassination of the undercover journalist will not deter the youth in its fight against corruption in the country.
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“We commiserate with the bereaved family in this difficult time and pray that Allah will give him a peaceful rest.
It’s not out of place to suggest that Ahmed Hussein-Suale’s murder was well orchestrated because of his role in the number 12 exposé which opened the Pandora’s box in Ghana’s football. As a youth oriented anti graft organisation, we join the numerous calls asking our security agencies to look into this matter with the needed sense of dispatch and seriousness to bring the perpetrators of this heinous crime to book.
Our enviable status relative to press freedom is under threat especially after hosting the 2018 edition of the World Press Freedom Day. We recall the words of Ms Anna Bossman, Ghana’s representative at the United Nations that “in accepting to host the 2018 edition of the World Press Freedom Day, Ghana wishes to demonstrate her commitment to the promotion of freedom of press within our national territorial boundaries, the African continent as a whole and the global community in general.
We hope that the investigation of this murder doesn’t become a wild goose chase as the world is watching to see nothing less than justice delivered.
DYMOG wants to assure all Ghanaians that, the murder of Ahmed will not derail the youth in the fight against corruption.
Ahmed was an inspiration and his legacy lives on.
Daniel Blaise Annan Jnr.
Dir. of Communication,