Find Out More About the Family Murdered Undercover Reporter Ahmed Hussein-Suale Left Behind

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More details about the life of the late undercover journalist Ahmen Hussein-Suale, who used to work with Anas Aremeyaw Anas until he was murdered at the start of this week, have started to emerge.

The tragic murder of the journalist has raised a lot of questions, especially considering the threats made against him prior to his death by sitting Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.

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Family of the Late Hussein-Suale Ahmed Threatens To Go After Kennedy Agyapong If The Police Fail To Come Out With A Good Response Within A Week

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Family members of the late undercover journalist, Hussein-Suale Ahmed who was assassinated by unknown gunmen around Madina, have promised to hunt down Hon. Kennedy Agyapong if the Police fail to come out with a good report about his killing.

Kennedy Agyapong during one of his appearances on Net2 TV was captured revealing the location of the late journalist and where he lived,  “Boy a oy3 very dangerous, oti Madina ha yiaa s3 mo shia no wo babiaa mo paa paa nasom, oba premises ha a mobo no, eka ba metua…” When translated into English, “Ahmed he is a bad boy, he lives in Madina, wherever you meet him, give him some dirty slaps, if he ever comes to our premises beat him up. Whatever happens, I will pay because he is bad, that Ahmed…”

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VIDEO: Any Man Who Fails To Give His Woman Orgasm Will Go To Hell – Says Counselor Lutterodt

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I know the majority of you are already aware that the only way to hell is to lead a bad life, a life which is contrary to that of Jesus Christ.

But here is the case we are being taught another shortcut to hell by a popular Ghanaian controversial marriage counsellor and a reverend minister, George Lutterodt.

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Suspected Gay Man And His Alleged Boyfriend Viciously Attacked In Madina By Deranged Friends And Family Members

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Friends and ‘standers with’ Mensa Otabil often get very offended when anyone dares criticize him, even though he has caused untold harm to our nation.
And rightly so, no one has even thought of lynching him although the argument can credibly be made he has caused more harm to this country than any gay man ever did.
Yet true to form and in our unwavering hypocrisy and ludicrous myopia, Ghanaians continue to insist on stopping the chosen lifestyles of a few people which harms no one and by and large foolishly choose to stand with those who harm them on a far grander scale.

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Khebab Seller Caused Atomic Explosion And Owner Of The Gas Station Has Been Apprehended, 6 Reported Dead – Video

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A Table Top Shop At The Disaster Spot

Ghana nearly witnessed a fatal catastrophe yesterday when a Gas Station at Atomic Junction exploded into a gigantic fireball.
Reports from the grounds this morning by Broadcaster, Kojo Yankson indicates that the explosion was caused by a Khebab seller who operates just across the street of the Gas station.

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CNN, BBC, Al Jazeera, Reuters… The International Media Quickly Picked Up On The Atomic Junction Explosion — Check Out What They Said.

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Saturday night was a nightmare for residents of Atomic Junction, Madina and its environs, as a gas station exploded, throwing up a huge fireball and plunging the area into chaos.
Official figures on dead and wounded have not been released yet but there’s no question there would be mass casualties from the disaster, an ugly reminder of June 3rd 2015 and how little we’ve progressed since then.

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Some Ghanaians Are Already Claiming Akufo-Addo Masterminded The Ban Of Francis Xavier Sosu

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Prominent human right lawyer Francis Xavier Sosu has been banned from legal practice for three years.

The General Legal Council (GLC) found him guilty of ‘professional misconduct’, after a complaint was filed by a former client. 

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But I THOUGHT…How I Landed At Madina When I Was Heading to Kasoa

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Quiet recently I was at Kaneshie and had to head to Kasoa from there. I asked some passers-by who directed me to an awaiting vehicle at the station. Guess what. I went to sit in without asking for any further clarification from the passengers and slept off.

After about an hour, someone tapped me on the shoulder. The conductor was asking for my fare. I just paid and slept again.

After about 30 minutes, the conductor tapped me on the shoulder. “We have reached.” I opened my eyes to see clearly. “Ah! Where are we!?” I wondered. “Madina!” he exclaimed.

“Ah! I am going to Kasoa,” I explained. He retorted, “Well… this is a Madina car.” In awe, I heaved, “But I thought…”

Countless times in this life, we have assumed that others should think what we are thinking― in our marriages or relationships, workplaces, every aspect of our lives. Fact is, the best service we can sometimes render ourselves is to be certain that what we are thinking is indeed what we should think. Assumptions are sometimes deceptions.

Ask. Don’t just assume. Be certain. Don’t only presume. Others can’t always discern our thoughts. We can’t be so sure that what we thought was what they thought, too. Many hearts have needlessly been broken on the altar of assumptions. A husband thought his wife should have known better when the wife was also assuming he should have known best.

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