- A security expert, Adib Saani, has called on the state agencies to investigate the death of Ahmed Hussein-Suale
- According to him, Tiger Eye PI lacks the resources needed to launch investigations into the murder
- Ahmed, an investigative journalist, was killed on Wednesday, January 16, 2019
The executive director of the Center for Human Security and Peace Building, Adib Saani, has argued that Tiger Eye PI does not have the capacity to investigate the murder of investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
Ghanaweb.com reports that he insisted the state agencies should take assume the responsibility of solving the murder.
According to him, the murder was carefully orchestrated and for that reason, there is the need to bring in the experts who have the resources to get answers.
He went on to say that, Tiger Eye PI is a private entity and for that reason, it would be wrong for them to partake in the investigations.
“It is a national issue. When you look at chapter 5 of the constitution, it is the responsibility of government to ensure that we are safe in the country.
Looking at the circumstances surrounding the death of Ahmed Suale, I think we might have to bring all national resources to bear to get to the bottom of what happened”, he stated.
His comments are in reaction to remarks by a colleague security analyst, Bonah, that Anas and his team, given their record of accomplishment, could find Ahmed’s killers.
Ahmed, an investigative journalist, lost his life on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, when armed men reportedly shot him thrice. He was rushed to the hospital, but did not survive and has since been buried.
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