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‘Tone down’ – Nana Akomea tells Kennedy Agyapong over Ahmed Suale allegation against Bawumia

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of State Transport Company of Ghana, Nana Akomea, has urged presidential aspirant of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kennedy Agyapong, to be temperate in his utterances that pertain to the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

His appeal comes after the Assin Central MP made a bold statement over the murder of Tiger Eye investigative journalist Ahmed Suale.

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He noted that Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia should know the person responsible for the killing of the journalist, rejecting assertions of any involvement in the crime. Mr Agyapong made this known during an interview on Kessben TV on Monday, September 18, 2023.

“Those who wrote the 10 sins (of Ken Agyapong) in support of Bawumia, he (Bawumia) is the vice president, he is the head of the police council, they know the killers of Ahmed Suale, why have they not spoken out? And they are coming to blame me for it,” he is quoted to have said.

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This comment, according to Nana Akomea, who is also a part of the Bawumia campaign team, does not augur well with the ongoing investigations into the matter.

He noted that the death of Ahmed Suale is of national concern and must not be driven by propaganda.

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“We all have to tone down. We are one party. Ken was saying the police know the intricacies of the issue and have not made it public. If he says it that way, it makes sense so we all ask if you are aware of this and Ken has been implicated, why has nothing been said.

But to bring Bawumia into the picture, all the good questions we need to ask the Police will now be about something else.”

However, he noted that probing must be done into the statement made by Mr Agyepong to ensure the truth about the matter comes to light.

“If indeed the police has spoken to him, we need to ask the police and find out the needed information and why nothing is being done,” he said.

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