Investigative Journalist Shot Dead in Ghana

Unidentified men on motorbikes shot Ahmed Hussein-Suale three times in the capital Accra, according to local media reports. Hussein-Suale was a member of Tiger Eye Private Investigations and had investigated corruption in Ghana's football leagues. The undercover report on cash gifts led to a lifetime ban for the former head of Ghana's Football Association. BBC Africa Eye made a documentary about the scandal last year after gaining access to the investigation led by journalist Anas Aremayaw Anas, who runs Tiger Eye. After the BBC broadcast the football documentary, Ghanaian MP Kennedy Agyapong circulated photos of Mr Hussein-Suale and called for retribution against him.

Source: BBC

Posted on: January 18, 2019

Ghana Undercover Video Exposes Paid-Off Judges

People flocked to the Accra International Conference Centre this week to glimpse the latest work by undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, "Ghana in The Eyes Of God.” The highly anticipated documentary shows judges allegedly taking bribes from court clerks and prosecutors to free suspects in robbery and murder cases. The project stems from a two-year investigation by Anas that has rocked the country.

Source: GhanaWeb/StarAfrica

Posted on: September 24, 2015