People Want To Talk But Does Not Trust The Police– Kennedy Agyapong

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin-Central, Mr Kennedy Agyapong, has said, there are people within the public that would want to volunteer information to the police about the murderer or murderers of investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale but does not trust the police.

According to the outspoken legislator, people within the area where the journalist was murdered knows the killers but are not ready to volunteer because they fear the police will reveal their identity.

“People in the area where he (Ahmed Hussein-Suale) was murdered knows the murderer or murderers but are afraid to volunteer information to the police because they fear their identity would be revealed… that is what gets me angry, because am sure they will comeback to murder someone again.”

Days after the murder of Ahmed Husein-Suale, who was a teammate of award-winning investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, US Congress man, Henry Johnson Jr. proposed a travel and banking ban in the U.S. for Hon. Kennedy Agyapong.

The Congressman in a letter to the Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, recommended that the ban should be on Mr. Agyapong, his businesses, and should be given any appropriate and applicable sanctions.

But speaking in an interview on Maakye aired on Kessben fm/Kessben tv, Mr. Agyapong revealed that, investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas wrote the letter to the Congress man after he had masterminded the killing of his colleague.

“The Congress man did not write anything, Anas wrote that letter… if you read the letter very well, you will notice that the letter indicated that ‘somewhere this year’ referring to 2018 instead of 2019 which shows clearly that Anas knows something about the guys death because he had already written and sent that letter”

The member of parliament for Assin-Central, has rubbished claims that he had a hand in the murder of Ahmed Hussein-Suale and says he is willing to help the police in any means to redeem his image.

By:kessbenfm.com/Derrick Ofori