Anas Ameyaw Anas, an Investigative Journalist has sadly evoked emotion with his important message to mark the third anniversary of the death of his colleague who is in the person of late Ahmed Sale in the country.
However, it could be acknowledged that the death of the Investigative Journalists Ahmed Sale is three years now but the perpetrators and individuals who are involved in his death are yet to be arrested and brought to book.
Therefore, Anas Ameyaw Anas, the Investigative Journalist according to him will never forget his colleague Ahmed Suale further adding that he remains resolute in fighting his good course in the country.
“Three years ago. We’ll never forget. We’ll keep fighting, Ahmed.
And never think that Allah is unaware of what the wrongdoers do. He only delays them for a Day when eyes will stare [in horror]. Quran 14 42”, he wrote on his social media Facebook page.
Mr Ahmed Suale who is noted to work with the Tiger Eye Private Investigation Team in Ghana has shot dead about three years ago in the country.
Ahmed Suale was shot dead near his family hometown at Madina in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.
According to reports, Ahmed Suale was shot three consecutive times, twice in his chest and another one in his neck.
Furthermore, the unidentified men who shot the Investigative Journalists while driving could not be apprehended but according to sources, the government are still investigating the matter to apprehend such pep raptors and bring them to book.
However, shortly after the release of the ‘Number 12’ documentary by Anas Ameyaw Anas he was shot dead meanwhile the family have expressed disappointment to the Ghana Police Service further adding they have given up on finding the culprits of such acts.