Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central Constituency, Kennedy Agyapong has called the bluff of the family of murdered Tiger Eye PI journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale threatening to release more videos of the deceased if they fail to stop what he described as “silly” press conferences, MyNewsGh.com has filed.
He accused the New Crusading Guide Newspaper of pursuing a diabolic agenda against him with publications calling on the government to put him to check.
“What have I said that is irritating them? I don’t understand. Nobody can threaten me…something I have not done I will not sit down allow someone to accuse me of it. If they joke I will show more videos of the guy”, he said on Adom TV on Tuesday monitored by MyNewsGh.com.
The family of murdered Tiger Eye PI journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale on Monday called on the government and relevant state institutions to call on the lawmaker to refrain from making ill comments about the deceased while investigations are ongoing by the Criminal and Investigations Department
Ahmed’s family observed that the constant derogatory comments about him is causing them pain and will respond in equal measure if he does not stop stating that Mr. Kennedy Agyapong’s decision to place a GH¢100,000 bounty on the heads of Ahmed’s killers is “deceptive” and an attempt to use diversionary tactics “to change the face of the investigations”.
But speaking on Adom TV’s Morning Show “Badwam” Tuesday, the NPP firebrand wondered why the family would unleash their anger on him when he has nothing to do with the death of the slain Tiger Eye PI journalist.
“Someone has died he is not an animal that is why I am still calm. Nobody can threaten me by using this useless paper. The man who organized the press conference is foolish. They cannot threaten me because I’m not afraid of them. I will even be forced to bring proper evidence if they go ahead with those baseless arguments. You guys are hailing nonsense in this country” he ranted angrily.
Mr. Agyapong claimed that Anas and his lawyers have presented contrary evidence to the police different from the suggestive video that sought to link him to the murder of the late journalist.