- A brother of the late Ahmed Hussein-Suale, Alhassan Unus, has expressed worry that the police are yet to find the killers of his brother
- According to him, the possible cover-up as the police are not forthcoming with information about the progress of the case
- Ahmed Hussein-Suale was murdered on Wednesday, January 16, 2019
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A year after his murder in broad daylight, Ahmed Hussein-Suale’s brother, Alhassan Unus, has claimed that there is a possible cover-up with regard to the investigations.
In an interview on Class91.3FM’s evening news, he explained that some unknown people are hiding details of the murder of his brother.
According to him, it Is strange that the security officials have not been able to apprehend the killers of his brother.
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Per a report by Ghana Web, he added that the progress of the investigations has been slow and the family rarely gets a progress report from the police.
The family, he went on, is upset about the conduct of the police officials and have doubts about the investigations being supposedly carried out.
To him, it is strange that the police refused help from the United Nations with respect to the investigations, an act that comes as a surprise to the family.
In January 2019, unknown gunmen murdered Ahmed Hussein-Suale, as he drove home.
A year after his death, his family continues to demand justice as they hope the police find those behind the man’s death.
In other news, Rev. Isaac Kwame Peprah, the founder and leader of the God of the Fathers Ministry, based at Nima in Accra, has embarked on a spiritual exercise at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, in Accra.
YEN.com.gh understands that in the early hours of the New Year’s Day, the man of God anointed some sections of the area with oil.
He is reported to have started from the Ghana Revenue Authority, through the Obra Spot, VIP Transport Station, Awudome Cemetery, New Times Corporation, Orion Cinema, Fredies Corner and back to the starting point.
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