Last Wednesday night was a really dark day in this country.
One more unwanted reminder that free speech and the 1992 Constitution is not that relevant to certain people.
Murdering Ahmed Hussein-
When he mourned his friend and partner on social media, Anas pointed accusing fingers at the MP of Assin North, Kennedy Agyapong for the murder of his Ahmed.
The MP had disclosed the identity of the undercover journalist and asked people to deal with him in his anti-Anas documentary called “Who Watches The Watchman.”
However, the MP also rebuted Anas and rather blamed him for murdering his own friend and partner.
According to Kennedy Agyapong, Anas had Ahmed murdered because the deceased caught Anas taking a bribe.
With Kennedy Agyapong desperately trying to make Anas a suspect in his friend’s premeditated murder, the British High Commissioner to Ghana, Ian Walker has come out to publicly support Anas.
“Deeply saddened by the killing of Ahmed Hussein-Suale. My condolences to his family, friends and all who knew him,” he said in a Tweet.
“I’m confident there will be a full investigation but at this difficult time I stand with Ahmed, with Anas and all Ghanaian journalists,” the High Commissioner added.
Our prayers go out to his family, especially Ahmed’s widow and daughter.