Ghanaian authorities have announced an investigation into the death of journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale, following calls to do so, including from the Committee to Protect Journalists. Hussein-Suale, who was shot dead as he was driving home, was a colleague of the well-known undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and part of the Tiger Eye Private Investigations team, which has worked to expose corruption.
MP Hauled in for Questioning Over Killing of Investigative Journalist
RFI, 18 January 2019
Police have questioned Ghanaian MP Kennedy Agyapong over Wednesday's murder of investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale, a member of Tiger Eye Private Investigations led by… Read more »
Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo posted on Twitter that he expected the police to swiftly bring the perpetrators to justice.
Ahmed Hussein-Suale, Reporting Partner to Anas Aremeyaw Anas Shot Dead
Premium Times, 17 January 2019
The employers of a Ghanaian undercover reporter have alleged assassination after he was shot dead on Wednesday night. Read more »
Investigative Journalist Ahmed Divela Shot Dead
CPJ, 17 January 2019
Authorities in Ghana should immediately investigate the killing of journalist Ahmed Hussein Suale Divela and ensure that threats against the press are taken seriously, the… Read more »
Investigative Journalist Shot and Killed
Deutsche Welle, 17 January 2019
Unknown assailants in Ghana's capital, Accra, shot and killed the investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale. Through their work, he and his colleague Anas Aremeyaw Anas' had… Read more »
Following the release of a video by Ghanaian journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, showing African soccer officials taking bribes to influence the outcome of games, a Kenyan World ... Read more »
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