Ahmed Suale’s Family responds to mischievous claims by Kennedy Agyapong.

Hon. Kennedy Agyapong, a member of parliament and aspiring flagbearer for the new patriotic party made a claim in an interview on Metro TV’s Good evening Ghana Show that didn’t sit very well with many viewers. This is because there has been strong enmity between Kennedy Agyapong and Anas including his associates.

The politician has been on the case of Tiger Eye PI ever since they released their expose on the corruption of the country’s Judiciary system.

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The lawmaker for Assin Central in his recent claims stated that he unknowingly paid the school fees of the late Ahmed Hussein Suale whose murder is believed to have been instigated by the Honorable member after the latter threatened the life of the journalist on live TV and encouraged his loyalists to beat him up when they see him anywhere.

The family of the slain journalist have finally responded to these claims in a press release describing the claims made by Kennedy Agyapong as preposterous and mischievous. In the statement dated the 1st of February, the family dared Kennedy Agyapong to support his claims with proof.

The Statement Reads:

“It is preposterous to hear the claim of Kennedy Agyepong’s claim of paying the school fees of our late brother. We are very saddened by this comments and wish to state unequivocal that Kennedy Agyepong has never paid any school fees of our late son and brother. We dare him to produce any evidence to that effect.”

“What we and the entire word know is the fact that Kennedy Agyepong published the identify of our late brother on his neat 2 tv and further asked his thugs to harm him whenever they see him which eventually resulted in the gruesome murder of our brother and son. He should henceforth desist from using name of our brother for political millage.”

“We therefore call on all well-meaning Ghanaians and the entire world to treat his mischievous comments with the contempt it deserve.”

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To date, no arrest has been made with regard to the killing of the investigative journalist. The number one suspect walks free and even prepares to run for the presidency while the institution trusted to protect the lives of Ghanaians is attending to matters of more of their own interest.