Lawyer for Anas Aremeyaw Anas has said he no longer consider Kennedy Agyapong as a respectable person due to the statements he’s being making about Anas since the premiering of ‘Number12’.
This is in reaction to the Member of Parliament’s claim that the two are suspects in the murder of Ahmed Hussein-Suale an undercover investigator killed by gunmen Wednesday night at Madina.
According to Kissi Agyabeng, Kennedy Agyapong is making a loose statement since he is fond of speaking without thinking.
He added that even his 4-year-old daughter would not make such a loose statement not to talk of a Member of Parliament like he, Kennedy Agyepong.
Lawyer Agyabeng is of the view that the outspoken politician has seized to make sense since he started campaigning against Anas and his team over the exposé on corruption at GFA.
Anas’ lawyer said Kennedy Agyepong should have apologized for showing the identity of the late investigative journalist rather than making loose statement and rejoicing over the death.
Speaking on Kofi TV, Kissi Agyabeng refused to mention Kenndy Agyepong’s name stating the MP doesn’t deserve to be mentioned.
“I won’t mention his name not because I can’t, but he doesn’t deserve me mentioning his name. I only mention people who I regard, I have stopped mentioning his name (because) to me he doesn’t have a name.”
“He doesn’t have an identity as far as I’m concerned, I was expecting him to apologize after the death of the Ahmed Hussein-Suale since he was the one who showed the picture of the deceased to Ghanaians but he is rather rejoicing,” he added.
Kennedy Agyapong in his statement after the death Ahmed Hussein-Suale suggested that the police should not leave out Anas Aremeyaw Anas and is lawyer as suspect.
According to him, the swift reproduction of a now viral video containing his threats to Ahmed last year, should raise questions about Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
On January 17, 2018, an undercover investigator and a key member of Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Tiger Eye Private Investigations team, Ahmed Hussein-Suale, was shot dead by unidentified men on a motorbike at Madina in Accra.
Ahmed Hussein-Suale would be buried today, Friday, according to the Islamic traditions.