A member of Tiger Eye Private Investigations who was murdered by some unknown assailant Wednesday night would be buried today.

Brother of the late Ahmed Hussein-Suale, Ibrahim Kamal disclosed this on Adom FM’s Morning Show “Dwaso Nsem” Friday.

He said the family is awaiting an autopsy report from the police and are arranging to prepare for the burial at the Madina cemetery.

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Ibrahim Kamal said the burial will take place at 10 am Friday.

Ahmed Husein-Suale, who is a teammate of the award-winning investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, was shot dead at Madina in Accra Wednesday night

According to reports, he was shot by unidentified men who were riding on a motorbike.

But his death has been linked to a comment by the Assin Central MP who was said to have asked his workers at his NET2 TV station to beat him [Ahmed] up if he ever stepped foot there.

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The police have been urged to invite Ken Agyapong whose comment many believe might to urged the assailants on the commit the heinous crime.

But Ibrahim Kamal said the family is still in shock but won’t make any further comment on the issue since the police have taken over the matter.

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According to him, Ahmed received a call Wednesday night – while he was with some community folk – that his ward was not feeling well.

“Shortly after leaving our company to take the boy to the hospital, we heard he was shot dead by some men who rode away on a motorbike,” he said.