“Murderers of Ahmed Suale; Bawumia Has The Key ” – Team Ken Agyapong responds to Wontumi



Team Kennedy Agyapong has responded to threats issued by the Ashanti regional Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party, (NPP), Bernard Antwi Boasiako, aka Chairman Wontumi.

At a press conference Wednesday, October 4, 2023, spokesperson for the Assin Central MP, William Kusi asked Chairman Wontumi to demand the murderers of Ahmed Hussein Suale from Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia.

According to Mr. Kusi, the Ghana Police Service was required to investigate the murder of the investigative journalist and would be required to provide a report to the Chair of the Police Council who is the Vice President. Therefore, any questions on the said murder should be channeled to the Vice President and not the Assin Central MP.

“He claims Ahmed Suale died so if Ken says something he will arrest him. Who is supposed to find the murderers of Ahmed Suale? The police, who is Chair of the Police Council? –the Vice President –and after an investigation has been done, who will be presented with the findings?

“…So if he wants the murderers of Ahmed Suale, he should go to the Vice President and ask. He shouldn’t say because our candidate spoke about Ahmed Suale he should be questioned about his murderers. This should be the last time he should be making such a comment,” he indicated.

The comments come after Mr. Antwi Boasiako had threatened to arrest Ken Agyapong if he dared issue threats at him again. At a press conference Wednesday, Wontumi said investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein Suale was murdered after the MP threatened him on live television and would not countenance anything likewise from him.

“Let comments like, “I have regretted being in the NPP, everyone is a fool, I’ll give you a showdown” and how you speak, among others cease else if you threaten me again, I will get you arrested. This is an advice I am giving you because you did same and now the likes of Ahmed Suale are all gone,” he said in Twi at a press conference Wednesday, October 4, 2023.

Chairman Wontumi’s comments followed threats issued at him by Ken Agyapong during a showdown walk in the Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi, over the weekend.

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