- Some social media users have alleged that investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas is to be held responsible for the murder of his partner Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
- They claim Anas’ behaviour after the murder trying to accuse Ken Agyapong was uncalled for which raised eyebrows against him
- Anas had shared a video of Agyapong threatening to beat Ahmed during the troubling times of ‘Number 12’
Since the gruesome murder of Ahmed Hussein-Suale, the key partner of investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, the whole of Ghana has been thrown into a sort of confusion.
The unfortunate incident happened on the night of Wednesday, January 16, 2019, after Ahmed was shot thrice, according to earlier report by YEN.com.gh.
He was reportedly driving home when some unidentified men on a motorbike shot him and sped off.
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Consequently, Anas shared an old video of Ken Agyapong threatening to have Ahmed beaten if he “came any close to his property”.
That video was shot last year during the ‘Number 12’ investigative saga when Agyapong was clearly against Anas and his team for that work.
However, some Ghanaians on social media have slammed Anas for sharing the video and tagging Ken Agyapong as the suspect behind the murder.
These people believe that by being in a rush to post such a throwback video in an attempt to connect Kennedy Agyapong to the death, Anas was rather exposing himself as a suspect.
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The video, as shared by Anas himself on his Facebook page, has garnered a lot of criticisms than praises, with many people accusing him of being the killer of his colleague.
For instance, Kwadwo questioned the relevance of Anas sharing the video, asking him to allow the CID to do their work:
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Ijah described Anas’ action as nonsense and said the journalist was playing with the minds of people. According to him, if Agyapong had time to kill anyone, he Anas would have been the target:
Efea stated plainly that though Ghanaians are sad for the loss, Anas’ team can not be trusted:
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Bright argued that it was baseless to blame Ken Agyapong because Anas had earlier claimed the photo was not him or any of his team:
Zenith “confidently” said Anas knew about the tragic death of his colleague:
Nana Kwesi raised similar observation about Anas trying to implicate Ken:
Reindorf stated plainly that Anas ordered for the assassination of his colleague while planning to accuse Agyapong with the photo:
There are nearly 1,000 comments on the video which show how many people disagree with Anas attempting to blame Ken for the murder of Ahmed.
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Meanwhile, as earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, the lawyer for the investigative journalist has called for Ken Agyapong to be questioned.
However, Agyapong has responded to the issue, distancing himself from the murder and explaining that Ahmed was not any relevant to his life.
YEN.com.gh is following up on this matter and would update readers when fresh information come in.
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