Anas aremeyaw Anas disclosed that there were threats on Ahmed Husein-Suale life. He added that the threats started soon after the release of Number 12.


. Anas Aremeyaw Anas has asserted that police authorities have enough prompts work with to examine Ahmed Hussein-Suale’s demise

. His remarks come after Ghanaians responded to the arrival of a video of Kennedy Agyapong talking about Ahmed

. In the video, Agyapong approached individuals to thrash Ahmed in the event that he appeared at his TV station

– Anas Aremeyaw Anas has claimed that police officials have enough leads to work with to investigate Ahmed Hussein-Suale’s death – His comments come after Ghanaians reacted to the release of a video of Kennedy Agyapong speaking about Ahmed – In the video, Agyapong called on people to beat up Ahmed if he showed up at his TV station Read

Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has contended that there are sufficient leads for police authorities to catch up on, as to the homicide of his accomplice, Ahmed Hussein-Suale. Per a report by, he uncovered to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that there were dangers on Ahmed’s life. This, he stated, pursued the arrival of ‘Number 12’, the narrative that demonstrated demonstrations of debasement in football organization in Ghana.

“There were death threats, some made straightforwardly, and some made against us which we offered to the police amid the ‘Number 12’ narrative for examination. We must be watchful on the grounds that murder is tied in with demonstrating past sensible uncertainty. I surmise these are the leads that the law implementation officers will take a gander at and if there’s any legitimacy in it,” Anas clarified. Ahmed lost his life on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, after he was shot multiple times by obscure individuals. Some observers expressed that they saw the unidentified aggressors hiding around the area on a motorbike hours before he was killed. Ahmed was one of Tiger Eye specialists who had his image coursed by Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, in his ‘who watches the gatekeeper’ enemies of Anas video narrative and approached the general population to bargain savagely with him at whatever point they came into contact with him. He likewise apparently guaranteed fiscal reward for the culprits. The manslaughter unit of the Ghana Police Service (GPS) has started examinations to unwind conditions prompting the homicide. The agents, numbering 15, have picked crucial data from the wrongdoing scene and are addressing observers. Read more



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