- Family of Ahmed Hussein-Suale have demanded immediate investigations into his death
- They have threatened to take the law into their own hands if progress is not made within a week
- Ahmed Hussein-Suale was killed on the night of Wednesday, January 16, 2019.
Family of the late investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale, have threatened to take action if answers are not provided with regard to his death.
Myjoyonline reports that family members claimed Ahmed received a call on the night of Wednesday, January 16, 2019.
He was allegedly informed that his ward was unwell, and he therefore left with the boy to the hospital.
Ahmed was however shot three times by unidentified men who allegedly rode motorbikes.
The youth in the community are reportedly agitated and are demanding justice for him.
A cousin of the deceased, Abdul Jalil Yakubu, says the family is giving the state authorities a week’s ultimatum to produce some credible progress made in the investigation or they will be forced to react.
“What we need is justice but when the justice fails we will react; we are fearless, we are Dagombas and we are warriors, so we need justice,” he said.
Yakubu categorically mentioned the Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP), Kennedy Agyapong, who called on the public to attack Ahmed, and said he would pay for the said attack.
Agyapong began his attacks on the late journalist after the Tiger Eye PI team released an investigative piece, Number 12, which detailed corruption in the football circles of Ghana.
The MP vociferously questioned the methods used by the undercover team to gather their evidence.
He subsequently released a video himself titled “Who Watches the Watchman” as a response to the 'Number 12' piece.
Meanwhile, police have visited the community to gather evidence and commence investigations.
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