Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP), Kennedy Agyapong, has told the BBC that he has no belief in the Ghana Police Service to successfully investigate and prosecute security matters in Ghana.
The MP sat down with Thomas Naadi of the BBC to answer questions regarding his controversial connection to the killing of undercover investigator, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
Agyapong proceeded that he believes the accusations he is getting are misplaced. He said he only put out the photos of the deceased in 2018 because he believed the members of the Tiger Eye team were into criminal activities.
Asked why he did not report to the police, Agyapong responded: "Read my lips, I don't trust the police".
He went on: "I have no regrets about publishing the photos of Anas and his team. Does Anas have regrets about publishing the photos of the judges, the doctors, Kwesi Nyantakyi?"
"Anas has destroyed, he has destroyed Ghana and he has destroyed Ghanaians".
The Assin Central MP bragged that he had more credible information than the police. As such, with time, he was going to serialise incriminating information about Anas and his team.
He took exception to being asked whether he had a hand in the killing of Hussein-Suale. The MP only fell short of using harsh words, telling the interviewer, "I forgive you".
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Agyapong slammed the BBC over Hussein-Suale's murder reportage. According to the legislator, the BBC has been bias in their reportage of the murdered Tiger Eye PI investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
It would seem the BBC then thought it wise to give him an opportunity to come clean with his side of the story.
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