Reporters Without Borders wants a thorough probe into circumstances that led to the killing of Ahmed Hussein-Suale, an investigator with Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Tiger Eye PI.
The leading freedom fighting organization has also described as ‘unacceptable’ why a Member of Parliament alleged to have had a hand in the killing has been left unpunished after what has been described as ‘threats’ to the life of the investigator.
Ahmed Hussein-Suale known for his work in the Tiger Eye PI investigative piece on corruption in Ghana football was shot dead the night of Wednesday, January 16 by unidentified assailants in Accra.
His death of has prompted many social media users as well as local and international bodies to call for the country’s security agencies to pick up Mr. Kennedy Agyapong for his comments inciting violence against the murdered investigator.
Earlier, Reporters Without Borders was alarmed by threats to the life of Anas Aremeyaw Anas ahead of his documentary.
But in a recent tweet, RWB said it is calling on “authorities to lead a serious probe ad a serious probe after an investigative reporter was shot dead. It is completely unacceptable that a ruling party MP went unpunished despite threats made on live against this reporter.”
#Ghana @RSF_inter calls on the authorities to lead a serious probe after an investigative reporter was shot dead last night. It is completely unacceptable that a ruling party MP went unpunished despite threats made on live TV against this reporter” https://t.co/WpizOvGdlS pic.twitter.com/4h9kFTEoNo
— RSF Africa (@RSF_Africa) January 17, 2019