Ahmed Hussein-Suale a member of the Tiger Eye Private investigative firm was shot three times by unidentified men on a motorbike on January 16, 2019, whilst driving to his family house at Madina.
His murder came a year after playing an extensive role in the Anas’ Number 12 exposé on corruption in the Ghana Football Association. The piece implicated over 70 officials of the FA including the then president of the association, Mr Kwasi Nyantakyi in acts of corruption.
With today marking a year of the murder, investigations to identify persons behind the assassination is yet to yield any results.
However, the Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Police Service, DSP Juliana Obeng who was at the event in her address said the police service has made “tremendous progress” in its investigations into the murder.
He said even though she is unable to divulge further information on the investigation, the police service is bent on serving justice on the matter and urged the public to volunteer any information that will help the investigations.
These portrait drawings are said to be the killers of Ahmed Suale who was shot after the release of number 12