Former President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kwesi Nyantakyi and Ghana member of parliament for Assin Central Kennedy Ohene Agyapong have been questioned following the unfortunate killing of investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
A team of detectives and investigators of the murder have questioned both men, taking statements from them. Ghana’s assistant commissioner of police David Eklu said the police are continuing to interrogate other persons of interest as well as following leads in regard to the killing.
“Updates and outcomes of these investigations will be made known to the general public as they become available and appropriate to do so,” Eklu said.
Ahmed was part of the team that busted corruption in African football leading to the resignation of Nyantakyi and banning of a number of referees and officials, including a Kenyan referee.
Agyapong’s name was mentioned as part of the corruption expose. He later went on television, showed Hussein-Suale’s photograph and said he would pay anyone who attacked him. The politician has however denied claims that he engineered the killing saying Ahmed never offended him in any way.