Ahmed's murder: I don't trust the police to find killers - Kennedy Agyapong

By Wendy Amarteifio
Ahmed Killing:I don't trust the police to find killers of Ahmed-Kennedy Agyapong

The Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong says he does not trust the police to find the killers of Tiger Eye P.I journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale

Ahmed Hussein-Suale was a lead member of the Tiger Eye Private Investigative team, he also worked with Anas Aremeyaw Anas on the investigative piece #Number 12

On Wednesday, January 16 2019,  Ahmed Suale -Hussein was shot dead by unidentified assailants at Madina close to his residence on his way back from work.

Many Ghanaians have pointed a finger at Kennedy Agyapong and have accused him of inciting the public against the murdered journalist which they believe could have contributed to his death.

Kennedy Agyapong has been referred to the Parliament's Privileges Committee for his actions, as investigations are currently ongoing, the outspoken MP says he does not trust the Ghana Police Service to find the killers of Ahmed Suale.

In an interview with the BBC monitored by PrimeNewsGhana, Kennedy Agyapong said he is also investigating on the matter,

''Read my lips, I don't trust the police in Ghana, I am doing better investigations than even the police. I don't trust the police. I have a lot of evidence but I don't share with anybody, I will serialize it for Ghanaians to see who Anas is.''

Meanwhile, US Congressman, Hank Johnson has added his voice to the killing of Tiger Eye PI journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale and wants the US to assist Ghana in the investigating of the murder.

Mr. Johnson in a letter to the US Secretary of State said the US government must also look at possible sanctions including a travel ban against the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong over his conduct and utterances against the deceased prior to his killing.

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The Police have expanded investigations into the killing of Ahmed Hussein-Saule as they engage fingerprint experts and cartographers to solve the murder of the Tiger Eye P.I journalist.

Director-General in charge of Public Affairs at the Ghana Police Service, ACP David Eklu, said the service is making progress with regards to its investigation.

He said the police have taken statements from some eyewitnesses and the cartographer is expected to give an artistic impression of the two persons who allegedly shot and killed the young journalist.

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