top of page
  • Think News Online

"Ahmed Suale's own deeds got him killed, not me" - Ken Agyapong

New Patriotic Party (NPP) Presidential Hopeful, Kennedy Agyapong says he cannot be blamed for the death of late Investigative Journalist, Ahmed Suale.


According to Ken Agyapong, late Ahmed Suale's own deeds led to his death.


Speaking on an Accra-based television channel, he said "Ahmed's own deeds killed him not me"


"I will still say that he was a bad boy. Even my workers told me that he had been coming to the office to collect GHc1,500 for school fees. So I told them that when next they see him here, they should beat him because he will end up denting my image and that of Kencity"


The Presidential Hopeful also took a swipe at media personnel in the country saying their sensation stories can end up destroying Ghana.


"You Journalists in this country. 80 or 90% are the ones who will destroy the country. There are lots of videos which I said many things but you people just took only this part and misquoted me"


"Ahmed Suale was a bad guy. Anas used him. All those people Anas destroyed, he didn't show his face"


"All the entrapment, it was Ahmed that was sitting with the fake Sheikh"


"Do you know the number of people who have been killed because of Anas and Ahmed Suale?"


"It was undercover but Suale did not cover. His own deeds killed him and not me. There are series of videos but the old ones have not been shown"


"What about Kwasi Nyantakyi? How do I have a problem if you are coming out with sensible questions. I only have a problem with sensationalism"


"What some media persons and bloggers are posting can end up burning Ghana"


It will be recalled that on January 16, 2019, Ahmed Suale, an investigative reporter working with the Tiger Eye team led by well-known journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, was shot dead by unknown individuals in a suburb of Accra, Ghana's capital.


Four years later, still no justice for murder of journalist Ahmed Suale.


Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

0 comments

Comentarios


bottom of page