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The Ghana Police service have published a release on Monday 21st of January to confirm they are on a continuous search for the person(s) that murdered Ghanaian investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussien-Suale, killed last Wednesday after 3 bullets shots at Madina.

Ahmed Hussein-Suale

It has been widely reported in the Ghanaian media that,Hussein-Suale is a member of the Popular, Anas Aremayao investigative journalists team and was shot dead because he is related to this group.Claims are still subject to doubts which will be cleared by the results of the ongoing investigations.

In May 2018 Anas Aremayao published a documentary named; “Number 12” which implicated a lot of people in and around Ghanaian football amongst those affected was the then Ghana Football Association(GFA) boss and CAF vice President, Kwesi Nyantakyi who has now been banned from football as the investigation exposed his unethical practices in the game.

On Monday, a release signed by assistant commissioner of police,David Eklu confirmed that a team of detectives and other experts have separately interrogated former GFA boss,Kwesi Nyantakyi and Honourable Kennedy Agyepong a member of parliament for Assin Central and statements taken from each of them.

A portion of the release read: “The CID has and continues to interrogate other persons of interest as well as following up on multiple significant leads”.

Complete Statement from Ghana Police Service

It appears police are closing in on the killers of the undercover journalist with Tiger Eye PI Ahmed Hussien-Suale.

Member of Parliament for Sekondi constituency, Andrew Kofi Agyapa Mercer revealed some interesting details on local radio, Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen programme Monday.
He is on record to have said:
Even the people who committed the crime have been identified and I’m more than definite that the police will get to the bottom of the matter”

The murder of the young investigative journalist has been condemned by many institutions around the world including the global football body, FIFA.

Angu Lesley

@angulesley on Twitter