We see celebrities and popular people in Ghana enjoying their lives and even sometimes we wish we can swap destiny with them so we can also taste what it feels like to have money. However there are some aspects of their lives you will be thanking God you are not in their shoes.
On the surface, Popular people and Celebrities in Ghana seem to have it all, a rich and comfortable life. Sometimes we wish we could swap lives so we could have a taste of the wealthy, famous and enviable life. However, there are terrifying aspects of being famous and rich. Many are tracked by robbers, kidnappers and assassins who feel a warped sense of entitlement. From stray bullet to cold-blooded murder, Clintonupdate akes a look at some Celebrities and popular people who were shot dead. 1.Ahmed Hussein-Suale
Journalists are thought to be the watchmen/watchdogs over the conduct of sociopolitical and economic affairs of any people who hope to have a free, transparent and accountable society and when they are threatened, gagged or physically harmed, then fear of insecurity and suppression of freedoms is bound to happen.
Muntaka Mubarak, the Minority Chief Whip has addressed why the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, isn't confronting preliminary for certain remarks he made about the late insightful columnist, Ahmed Hussein Suale.
Today is The late Ahmed Hussein-Suale's Birthday.He was born on 5th December 1987. Ahmed Suale was a member of investigative firm Tiger Eye Private Investigations,led by Ghanaian investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. Ahmed Suale was shot on Wednesday, 16 January 2019.This happened few weeks after the current Member of Parliament for Assin central,Hon Kennedy Agyapong exposes him on his tv station and urged Ghanaians to beat him wherever they found him. Ahmed was shot three times, twice in the chest and
The Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Mr. Godfred Yeboah Dame, has asked the police to create a report on examinations concerning the homicide of a columnist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale, which happened in Accra in January 2019.