He claims to have a photograph of the real Ansu Gyeabuor, which he mentioned in his interview with Adinkra TV in the United States.
“I have photos of the Ansu Gyeabuor I was talking about, who the cops say killed Ahmed Suale,” says the narrator. He remarked on his television station on Wednesday, May 26 that the photograph currently in circulation is not the one he was referring to.
He went on to say that “bloggers should double-check their information before publishing photos of people.”
On Monday, May 24, Ken Agyapong named Ansu Gyeabour as a suspect in the January 16, 2019 shooting of Ahmed Suale at his Madina home.
The man whose photo has gone viral has come out to dispute the charges. He said he didn't even know the dead, let alone plot his murder.
Ansu said, “Anyone who knows me knows I'm incapable of even killing a chicken. Ahmed Suale? "I don't know him." I work in the oil and gas industry as a trader. I have no interaction with any media because oil and gas is not a tomato that we advertise. We don't even make an effort to promote ourselves. Ahmed is someone I don't even know about his existence. I couldn't care less.”
Ansu believes he was a "easy target" because he had a run-in with the law and his picture was published by the Ghana Police Service in a Wanted notice.
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