Police accused of going silent on Nyantakyi’s death threats to Ahmed Suale

Police accused of going silent on Nyantakyi’s death threats to Ahmed Suale

- A renowned international journalist Guillaume Perrier has said Nyantakyi made death threats to Ahmed Suale before his demise

- Perrier said Ghana police failed to look into the threats though they were informed

- He averred that he has proofs to back his claim

- Suale had been murdered on January 16, 2019 by unknown assiaiants

- Artistic impression of his killers has been released by Anas

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A popular international journalist, Guillaume Perrier, has claimed that former GFA Boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi issued death threats to Ahmed Suale prior to his death.

Perrier says he has proofs to back his claims when he further accused the police of failing to look into Nyantakyi’s threats though they were aware.

The international journalist made these revelations in a series of tweets he made and sighted by YEN.com.gh.

Police accused of going silent on Nyantakyi’s death threats to Ahmed Suale

The late Ahmed Suale. Photo credit: Supplied
Source: UGC

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He wrote that Nyatakyi had in 2018, warned Suale to be careful after the release of Anas’ Number 12 investigative piece in which Nyantakyi was exposed and shame.

Just after that, Suale met his untimely death in 2019.

“Be very careful! You can easily lose your life with that" he said to Ahmed in a phone conversation. The recording of it is part of the criminal file but was not investigated by Ghana police,” Perrier revealed in his tweet.

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He added that an eyewitness whom he spoke personally with concerning Suale’s death when he travelled to Madina, was scared to talk because the police had warned him to keep silent.

I went to Madina, the Accra neighbourhood where Ahmed was shot. I met eyewitnesses of the assassination. One of them flew in the North of the country by fear of reprisals. Another one was scared to talk and admitted police came to him and asked him to keep silent,” Perrier tweeted.

He also decried that though artistic portraits of the alleged killers have been confirmed by eyewitnesses, the police have not made any arrest as expected.

Meanwhile, Suale was murdered in cold blood when he was driving to his Madina home that fateful day.

YEN.com.gh earlier published how an eyewitness recounted how he tried to escape into a salon but was pursued by his killer till he shot him dead.

Kennedy Agyapong was also accused of being behind the death, but he denied it and blamed Anas.

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