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One Year On After Ahmed Suale's Murder: Global Journalist Bodies Join Anas To Demand Justice

Ahmed Suale was an esteemed colleague of Tiger Eye's investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas who shot fame after he was revealed to have contributed in the controversial 'Number 12 documentary'.

The documentary resulted in the suspension of Kwesi Nyantakyi - then boss of the Ghana Football Association - and a host of other sports personalities and institutions who were unmasked to be corrupt in the football administration of Ghana and across Africa.

The documentary raised tensions, and stepped on several toes and eventually spit out the secret identity of Ahmed Suale - who disguised as a Qatari sheikh to offer a $ 65,000 sponsorship to the Ghana Football Association ; an amount allegedly pocketed by Kwesi Nyantakyi.

Ahmed Suale after several death threats was killed in Madina, while on his way to visit to his nephew. One year on after his demise, and with no justice served, other journalists have joined the fight for what is due Ahmed, and all the affected.

In his new article , Guillaume Perriere - a well renowned journalist based in Turkey, investigates the progress thus far as regards Ahmed Suale's case.

The international Press Institute - A global network of journalists who have moved for the cause of media freedom since 1950 have also joined Ahmed Suale's case. In an interview with Anas Aremeyaw Anas, the institute urges Ghanaian authorities to end the impunity on what appears to be a stunted investigation.
As everyone awaits response from the appropriate authorities, Anas Aremeyaw is far from relenting: he published on twitter that they shall not rest until, justice is served.
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