The Homicide Unit of the Criminal Investigations Department, Headquarters has taken over investigations into the murder of Tiger eye PI journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
The investigative journalist of Tiger Eye PI, Ahmed Hussein-Suale who was gunned down by unknown assailants on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, has been laid to rest today, January 18.
Ahmed Husein was part of a team led by award-winning journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, whose probe led to the resignation of the head of the Ghana Football Association. Kennedy Agyapong, circulated the picture of Ahmed on TV and in the media, calling for him to be dealt with by anyone who came across him and he would take the responsibility.
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'We. are terribly devastated by the dastardly act but remain unshaken in our resolve to pursue nation-wreckers and make corruption a high-risk activity, ' said Anas.
Anas reacted to the news about his colleague's death in a tweet, saying: "Sad news, but we shall not be silenced".
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Ahmed Hussein-Suale was near his home Wednesday in the Accra suburb of Madina when two men on a motorbike pulled up next to his auto and shot him at close range, according to the lawyer, Kissi Agyebeng.
He was questioned on Thursday, David Eklu, a spokesman for Ghana's police, told RFI.
'That boy that's very unsafe, he lives here in Madina.
Meanwhile, the coalition for Whistleblowers Protection and Press Freedom (CWPPF) has condemned, in strong terms, the murder of the journalist.
"You can not go on television and offer money for someone to be beaten up", said lawyer Agyebeng.
RSF has previously condemned threats against Anas himself after he revealed "threatening calls, intimidatory messages and suspicious vehicles near his home". "Journalism is not a crime", said Anas, who has frequently stirred controversy with his hard-hitting investigations.