The minority in parliament has been urged to stop the discussions and commentaries on the murdered investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
Member of Parliament for Mpraeso, Seth Kwame Acheampong has accused the minority group of failing to do proper checks before pointing accusing fingers at colleague MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.
He believes the commentaries interfere with the ongoing investigations into the murder of the Tiger Eye PI journalist who was shot by unknown assailants.
Ahmed Hussein-Suale, a lead investigative journalist with Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Tiger Eye PI team was assassinated on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, at Madina.
He was shot three times – twice in the chest and in the neck by unknown assailants on a motorbike.
The Minority in Parliament insists Kennedy Agyapong should be arrested for inciting the public to harm the late journalist.
A former Deputy Interior Minister and MP for Builsa North, James Agalga told a press conference that Mr Agyapong should be prosecuted for his actions.
“We call on the law enforcement agencies to promptly cause Mr Agyapong’s arrest and prosecute him for his actions,” he said at a minority press conference on Monday.
But Mr Acheampong has fired back at the minority, describing its stance as interference in police investigations.
“Ghana’s security is intact. The minority must know when to make such comments on security. Their stance is very slippery. They should just allow the police to work because interfering won’t solve the matter,” he said on Adom FM’s Morning Show “Dwaso Nsem” Tuesday.
According to the NPP MP, such comments are unwarranted at the time police and other investigative bodies have launched investigations into the murder of the late journalist.