Lack of Progress in Ahmed Suale Murder Case Raises Concerns, Journalists Sanctuary International Urges Action

Journalists Sanctuary International (JSI) has expressed disappointment over the slow pace of the investigation into the tragic murder of investigative journalist Ahmed Suale by the Ghana Police Service. Five years have passed since the untimely death of the courageous journalist, yet there has been minimal progress in the efforts to bring those responsible to justice.

From its headquarters in Los Angeles, California, JSI released a statement on Thursday, August 17, conveying its concerns. Latif Iddrisu, the founder and president of JSI, emphasized the need for the Ghana Police Service to take proactive measures to provide a sense of closure and justice for Ahmed Suale’s grieving family.

JSI has urged the police to allocate significant time and resources to intensify their pursuit of not only the direct perpetrators of this heinous crime, but also those involved in the conspiracy and any potential sponsors. The organization emphasized the importance of holding all responsible parties accountable for their actions.

As the calls for justice in the Ahmed Suale case persist, the Ghana Police Service is under pressure to demonstrate a renewed commitment to investigating and resolving this tragic incident, providing solace to the journalist’s family and upholding the principles of press freedom and accountability.

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