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Opinions of Friday, 18 January 2019

Columnist: King Edward Ambrose Washman Addo

Who killed Ahmed Hussein-Suale


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So a colleague journalist who chose the path of investigative journalism was shot and killed on Wednesday, 16 January 2019. That I should say is sad - May Allah keep him till we meet again!

But before we meet again, who killed Ahmed Hussein-Suale? - There’re so many questions to be answered as to who committed this heinous act.

Majority of the people are pointing fingers at Kennedy Agyapong for his ‘unfortunate’ utterances - they have every right because Ken talks too much and anyhow - yet not too strong and a "fearoo".

We might ‘fully’ concentrate on Ken alone and the real assassins will go scot free.

We all shouldn’t forget that Ahmed’s line of work generated lots of enemies for him.

Apart from Kennedy the ‘talkative killer’ - who else should we pen down as the killer(s)?

- Could it be from the ‘goat’ Judges Ahmed’s boss , Anas Aremeyaw Anas helped sack from the judicial service?

- Or Could it be from ex-top managements who were sacked from the Tema Habour over Anas’ investigation?

- or maybe it could be from the infamous ‘Number 12’ team led by Kwesi Nyantakyi who can no long participate in anything relating to football including ‘Super bet’ because he was caught on camera bragging that ‘King Promise’ - sorry I meant , President Nana Addo was in his pocket among other ‘disgusting’ utterances?

- Or maybe, Anas Aremeyaw Anas himself did a ‘good’ job by executing his boy because he knew too much about the 'Tiger Eye PI’ for his own good?

Well, these questions will be tough to answer but the killing could have been avoided if Anas had taken some precautions after Ken publicly showed not fake but real photographs of Ahmed and where he lived.

“He lives in Madina, beat him up” - Kennedy Agyapong severally said.

The Question is, so was Anas deaf? Or the safety of his team is not paramount to him?

Knowing very well how dangerous their work is and the heap of threats on Ahmed’s life, why couldn’t Anas force Ahmed to relocate from Madina, why couldn’t Anas seek asylum for the young man elsewhere? Why couldn’t Anas ask him to use those masks he [Anas] has been using to disguise himself?

Or Ahmed wasn’t that important to the Tiger Eye PI team? - this should be a big lesson to all those working closely to Anas, be vigilant!

In as much as Ghanaians love your expo?es in the fight against corruption - we need you all alive as well.

Now since we don’t know who masterminded Ahmed’s assassination - let’s all task our own ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas to fish out the perpetrators so they face the law.

Dear Anas, it’s time to investigate and find out the killers of your own.

Ahmed's soul will only rest peacfully if the perpetrators are brought to book!

Remember! Ahmed’s Eye is watching

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