Ghana: Investigative journalist shot dead

Unknown have in Ghana Ahmed Hussein-Suale shot a prominent investigative
Journalists. A victim's cousin said the attackers were on the reporter's desk
On the way home from work in Accra, he was ambushed on Wednesday night and shot at him three times. Police spokesman David Eklu confirmed this, but did not disclose any further details.

Ahmed Hussein-Suale helped uncover a major corruption scandal in the Ghanaian Football Association last year. Ghanaian football's televised contribution on corruption in Ghana led mid-2018 to Ghanaian Kwesi Nyantakyi as president of the Football Association
 GFA and was initially suspended as a member of the Fifa Councils and later resigned. The association GFA was due to the
 Affair dissolved by the government. Seven arbitrators and linesmen
were banned for several years on suspicion of corruption.

In the documentary was
Among other things, as Nyantakyi promised, against
high payments influence politicians to take. Another
Scene shows how he took the equivalent of 60,000 euros in cash.

Journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale worked for investigative group Tiger Eye Private Investigations. His colleague Anas Aremeyaw Anas wrote on Facebook: "Sad
News, but we will not be silenced.
Rest in peace."

As the BBC reported, the Ghanaian politician Kennedy
Photos distributed by Hussein-Suale and called for revenge.