The Ghana Police Service has promised a GHC 15,000 reward for anyone who provides information leading to the arrest of Ahmed's Hussein-Suale's killers.
On Thursday, January 17, 2019, YEN.com.gh published that investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale, was shot and killed in his car at Madina, Accra.
The journalist who worked for Anas Aremeyaw Anas was said to have been shot and killed by two yet to be identified gunmen.
The gunmen were reported to arrive at the scene where the incident happened at about 3pm and waited till they killed Ahmed around 9pm.
After having committed the crime, eyewitnesses said that the gunmen bolted on a motorbike.
The Ghana Police Service has therefore placed a bounty on the two gunmen who were said to have shot and killed Ahmed.
The police announced that anyone with information leading to the arrest of the two gunmen will be rewarded with an amount of GHC 15,000.
The police also promised that anyone who reveals information leading to the arrest of the two men will be protected accordingly.
As it stands, eyewitnesses at the scene during the incident were able to describe the two gunmen but no arrest has been made so far.
Meanwhile, Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has been battling with Ghanaians who are implicating him in Ahmed's murder.
Few hours after Ahmed was shot and killed on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, his partner and CEO of Tiger Eye PI, Anas Aremeyaw Anas posted a video involving Kennedy Agyapong who had called for violent attacks on Ahmed somewhere in June 2018.
The video which was put together to mourn Ahmed, turned out to be one that many are regarding as the genesis of Ahmed's death.
The police however have not arrested Kennedy Agyapong or anyone related to the incident nor have the two gunmen been arrested.
Kennedy Agyapong on the other hand has slammed BBC for what he terms as bias reporting on Ahmed's murder.
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