Hon. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, the Member of Parliament for the Assin Central has for the first time granted an interview with BBC in relation to the murder of Ahmed Hussein-Suale and according to Kennedy Agyapong, he does not regret publishing Ahmed’s face on TV.
According to Kennedy Agyapong, nowhere did he order people to beat up the late Tiger Eye Journalist and he will pay them. Kennedy Agapong explained that he told his workers to beat him and sack him wherever he shows up at his work premises.
Asked by the BBC journalist if he is remorseful showing Ahmed’s images which many believed led to his death, Kennedy Agyapong responded no. Kennedy Agyapong explained he did that to save others who may fall for Anas and Ahmed’s entrapment later.
“The motive behind… for circulating those pictures was to warn Ghanaians of that guy when they come to their premise because that is what they do,” Kennedy Agyapong said.
According to the member of Parliament, Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his partner, Ahmed Hussein Suale through their investigative work has destroyed many lives in an “unethical manner” and he found it prudent to show their faces to Ghanaians for others to be careful in order not fall for another entrapment disguised as investigative work by Tiger Eye PI led by Anas.
The BBC journalist asked Kennedy Agyapong directly if he is an accomplice in the death of Ahmed Hussein-Suale and Kennedy Agyapong referred to the question as “Rubbish” and asked the journalist to ask intelligent questions.
Kennedy Agyapong, however, added that he sympathizes with the family of Ahmed Hussein-Suale but he has not regretted exposing him.
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Ahmed Husein-Suale, an undercover journalist with Tiger Eye PI headed by Anas Aremeyaw Anas was shot dead on Wednesday, 16th January 2019 at Madina by two assailants on a motorbike. He was shot 3 times and died instantly.
A 15 member CID team has been set up to unravel the cause and the assassins behind the killing of Ahmed Hussein Suale. Already Kennedy Agyapong has been invited for questioning by the police.