Anas Demands Justice For Slain And Threatened Journalists


Ghanaian prestigious Investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas is requesting justice for all journalist who in without a doubt have gotten passing dangers in their line of obligation.

In a press explanation gave by Tiger Eye P.I on January 1, Anas Aremeyaw Anas depicted such goes about as “brutal and in reverse,” thus should be denounced by all people.

As indicated by him, “it is something horrendous to rehearse journalism under conditions, like these, and it is even risky when nothing is done, and the culprits will do their dangers.”

Mr Manasseh Azure Awuni, Edward Adeti, Afia Pokuaah, Captain Smart, Abdul Hayi Moomen, David Tamakloe among numerous others should be furnished with insurance, he noted.

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He is of the view that no writer ought to need to experience the unpleasant experience dispensed to Ahmed Suale, his previous associate at Tiger Eye.

“The homicide of Ahmed Suale is still new on the psyches, all things considered, and supporters in this nation. No writer in the nation can endure the slugs of their professional killers if at any time they become targets.”

Suale’s killers shot him at short proximity in the neck and his chest a few times on his way home, he added.

He noticed: “This is the means by which executioners are great at their positions, and consequently, they should be checked, followed and secured at whatever point they compromise anyone with death messages.”

Tiger Eye Private Investigative firm has approached the public authority to denounce these passing dangers made against the fourth arm of government.

Mr Anas Aremeyaw Anas has charged all security organizations to proactively research the wellsprings of death dangers and capture all culprits.

He added: “The security organizations ought not be seen or be utilized to sustain any such assaults or terrorizing.

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“We appeal to the National Media Commission and Ghana Journalist Association to accomplish more, especially in connecting with ideological groups and columnists who seek after open interest news coverage.”


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