The employers of a Ghanaian undercover reporter, Ahmed Hussein-Suale have alleged assassination after he was shot dead on Wednesday night. Ahmed Husse
The employers of a Ghanaian undercover reporter, Ahmed Hussein-Suale have alleged assassination after he was shot dead on Wednesday night. Ahmed Hussein-Suale was said to be on his way home when gunmen on a motorbike opened fire on his vehicle in Madina area of Accra, shooting him dead in three live rounds. Ahmed was a key personnel amongst a team of undercover investigators working with Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Tiger Eye in Ghana.
A grieving Mr Anas announced the development on Thursday morning, saying his late colleague was shot twice on the chest and once in the neck. A video Mr Anas posted alongside the death announcement on Twitter Thursday morning showed a Ghanaian lawmaker, Kennedy Agyapong, making violent threats against Mr Ahmed Hussein-Suale. Kennedy said in the video, which was part of ‘who watches the watchman’ anti-Anas docuseries, that the public should deal with Mr Hussein-Suale for a handsome reward.
Mr Agyapong’s threats and the immediate indication that the killers did not steal from Mr Hussein-Suale after killing him appeared to have led Tiger Eye to suggest that he was assassinated. Mr Anas and his team have taken on several Ghanaian sectors to expose corruption, including the 2015 undercover that exposed judges as taking cash bribes and forced many of them to resign.
An undercover on corruption in the Ghanaian sports industry is suspected to have led to the murder of Mr Hussein-Suale last night. Last year, Tiger Eye raised the alarm that its staff members had become recipients of frequent violent threats, calling on the world to prevail on Ghanaian authorities to ensure their safety.