Many people will be wondering how assailants tracked and gun down Ahmed Hussein-Suale who is a key member of Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Tiger Eye Private Investigations.
The deceased was killed on Wednesday, January 17, 2019 at Madina in Accra while he was driving home.
But before the assailants managed to kill the young journalist in cold blood, they really planned it out.
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Well, Joy News' reporter, Maxwell Agbagba, who visited the family house of Ahmed has given a blow-by-blow account of how the latter was murdered.
According to Agbagba, Ahmed was murdered at his family house which is close to the Madina police station.
He said, the people he spoke to at the crime scene saw the perpetrators as they were there for about for six hours waiting for Ahmed.
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He said the information they picked was that the assailants came to Madina at 3pm and they were on a motorbike.
Agbagba added that, the eye witnesses said the two assailants sat on a bench after buying alvaro soft drink.
He continued that, the spot where the shooting happened was 150 meters away from where Ahmed and his friends have been sitting.
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Agbagba indicated that, while Ahmed was having a chat with his friends, a call came through that his child is sick so he should come and take him to the hospital.
He said after Ahmed left his friends, he was accosted by the assailants who shot him three times.
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