Note: This Story has nothing to do with the popular Businessman Mr. Harris Ansu Gyeabour Owusu whose picture was mistakenly used.
Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has finally named the man behind the Killing of Ahmed Suale.
Hon. Kennedy Agyapong was speaking on a US based Ghanaian radio station Adinkra TV New York where he mentioned the name of the gentleman who killed Ahmed Suale.
According to him, the late Ahmed Suale was killed by one man called Ansu Gyeabour.
Kennedy Agyapong revealed that the police themselves know the person who killed Ahmed Suale and have intentionally not made public yet.
He further revealed that the gentleman is hiding in Kumasi per the reports showed to him by the police.
Kennedy Agyapong also said that anytime the police finds out the hideout of Ansu Gyeabour and are preparing to clamp down on him, someone tips him off and he changes his location.
Investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale unfortunately met his untimely death after he was shot close range at Madina.
NOTE: Retraction and Apology: Businessman Mr. Harris Ansu Gyeabour Owusu Has Nothing To Do With The Name Ansu Gyeabour, The Alleged Killer Of Ahmed Suale
RETRACTION AND APOLOGY FOR USING THE WRONG IMAGE
We want to use this opportunity to communicate to the general public that Businessman, Mr. Harris Ansu Gyeabor Owusu’s picture was mistakenly used as Ansu Gyeabour, the Man Honourable Kennedy Agyapong mentioned as the alleged killer of Ahmed Suale.
Mr. Harris Ansu Gyeabor Owusu is an Honourable man whose name is popular but has nothing to do with the pending allegations regarding Ahmed Suale’s death. It is a coincidence that the accused person bears his surname, Ansu Gyeabor.
It is unfortunate the picture of him was used on our portal without proper cross-checking. Note, His picture was not used to defame him or cause any harm.
In line with this, we use this platform to apologise to him for all the inconveniences caused, and we entreat all his business partners, family members and friends to disregard the report to which his picture was used.
To show that we feel remorse, the picture used in the said story has been removed.
Once again, we are deeply sorry and humbly appeal for his forgiveness.