Ahmed’s death:“There were death threats after Number 12″-Anas tells BBC


Anas has spoken for the first time after the release of a video which sought to implicate the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong as complicit in the death of Tiger Eye PI’s worker, Ahmed Hussein-Suale who was shot to death on the night of Wednesday 16th January 2019.

Speaking to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Anas revealed that there were threats of death made during the release of Number 12 documentary which exposed high ranking sports personalities n Ghana.

Anas explained that some of the threats were made openly whiles some people made the effort to uncover their identities. Tiger Eye tendered all the threats to the police.

Anas is reported to have said to BBC after the burial of Ahmed Hussein-Suale:

“There were death threats, some made openly, and some made against us which we tendered to the police during the ‘Number 12’ documentary for investigation.

“We have to be careful because murder is about proving beyond reasonable doubt. I guess these are the leads that the law enforcement officers will look at and if there’s any merit in it,” Anas explained.

A right-hand man of Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Ahmed Hussein-Suale was shot dead late Wednesday by two assailants on a motorbike.

During Kennedy Agyapong and Anas’s banter to expose Anas as a fraud and corrupt journalist, Kenedy Agyapong plastered Ahmed Hussein-Suale’s pictures and passport on his TV station and ‘place a bounty on his head’.

Source: Ghpage.com

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