Ghanaian undercover journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale was murdered Wednesday night in Accra, when he crashed into the car he was driving. Hussein-Suale was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital.
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After Hussein-Suale's death, Anas Aremeyaw Anas-the pseudonym of a well-known Ghanaian journalist on human rights and anti-corruption investigations, and who produced Number 12- Kennedy Agyapong. Hussein-Suale and the photos of him
On the release of Number 12 Agyapong went on television to call for violence Thursday, 18 March 2011 Agyapong: "The brutal murder of."
The International Press Institute condemned Hussein-Suale's murder Hussein-Suale underscores the grave danger that journalists, especially those who tackle corruption and abuse of power, face in their line of work, "IPI Director of Advocacy Ravi R. Prasad said.
Ghana's Committee to Protect Journalists says violence against reporters is relatively rare, with one journalist having been killed since 1992.