The family of the investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale, who was killed by unknown assailants , has appealed to the general public to assist the police catch the offenders.
The family at a press conference called for the public to assist the police and further appealed that the police should be well resource to unravel the truth surrounding the death of Suale.
“We would like to call on the Ghana Journalist Association (GJA), Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA), Association of African Journalists and Writers (AAJW), International Federation of Journalist (IFJ), Global Investigative Journalists Network (GIJN), All Foreign Missions in Ghana, Civil Society Groups and the General Public to support the Security Agencies and the Ghana Police Service with Information, Technology and expertise to unravel the mystery surrounding the killing of Divenla Hussein Ahmed Suale.
“The family would want a periodic update from the Government of Ghana and the security agencies on progress made in bringing the perpetrators to book,” a family spokesperson said.
The investigative journalist was shot and killed at Madina last week.
He was buried on Thursday following Islamic rites.
Former President John Rawlings has said the reckless comments by an individual and the decision to unmask him, killed the journalist.