- Kennedy Agyapong has once again stated that he has nothing to do with the death of Anas' aide, Ahmed Suale
- According to him, the killer of Ahmed Hussein Suale is roaming about freely on the streets of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region
- He said one man by the name Ansu Gyeabour is the killer
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In January 2019, the death of the assistant to Ace Investigative Journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Ahmed Suale was solely blamed on Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong.
On countless occasions, Kennedy has stated that he has nothing to do with the death of Anas' aide.
Since the killer has not been brought to book and people kept pointing accusing fingers at Kennedy Agyapong, he has taken it upon himself to finally reveal the name of the real killer of Suale.
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According to him, one man by the name Ansu Gyeabour, a resident of Kumasi in the Ashanti region is the person responsible for the death of Suale.
He explained that he got this information from the police after they assured him that he had been exonerated in the matter.
“He is in Kumasi. His name is Ansu Gyeabour. It is the same police who revealed his name to me and showed me a picture of him. He is a tall guy. He killed Ahmed Suale. It’s been over a year now since the police disclosed that information to me and my name is out there," he noted.
Suale, unfortunately, met his untimely death after he worked with Anas on the famous "Number 12: When Greed and Corruption Become the Norm" documentary.
He was reportedly shot right infront of his house in Madina, a suburb of Accra.
Kennedy was blamed by many because of the stance he publicly took when the investigative piece was aired in Accra.
Agyapong revealed Suale's name and the neighbourhood he lived in. "If you meet him somewhere, slap him… beat him," he said. "Whatever happens, I'll pay."
As reported by Ghanaweb.com, speaking on the accusations of murder against him during an interview, he said he had been exonerated.
In other news, the Police in Cape Coast have arrested one person over the assassination of a headteacher who was killed in Cape Coast.
In a report filed by StarrNews, the suspect is currently in police custody while assisting the police with relevant information for further investigations into the killing.
Yaw Eyifa Gorman, popularly known as Dr. Sting, was shot in his car after he returned home from a census training on Saturday evening.
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Source: Yen News