President of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), Affail Monney has challenged journalists in the country to make more noise to deeply register home their grieve over the killing and all sort of attack on journalism using the recent murder of Ahmed Hussein-Suale as a case study.
Referring to the law, Mr. Monney hints journalists cannot lead possible investigations to bring perpetrators to book but can mount any amount of pressure to heat up the state in finding lasting solution to such gruesome attacks that has sent some to the ancestors prematurely.
He said the International Federation of Journalists has shown interest in this call for justice and freedom of the media.
With a specific call on president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and the Inspector General of Police, Mr. David Asante Appeatu, Mr. Monney pleaded for rule of law to take its due course in this situation.
He did not leave related security institutions such as the Bureau of National Investigation (BNI) and the judiciary out.
By: Daniel Asuku
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