Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi (Bola Ray), host of Starr 103.5 F.M’s Starr Chat, sat with Kissi Agyebeng ESQ. (Anas aremeyaw Anas’ lawyer) in an interview monitored by ghlinks.com.gh.
Somewhere Mid-January 2019, major news outlets reported that Ahmed Hussein-Suale, an associate of Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Tiger Eye PI Investigation Organization was shot dead in Madina, by unknown assailant(s).
Prior to the unfortunate demise of Ahmed, Politician, Businessman and N.P.P Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong had allegedly gone on to a TV station of his and eventually put out a bounty on a person thought to be Anas. A picture of “Anas” was allegedly leaked.
Many people were outraged and appalled when the news of Ahmed’s death was reported, shortly after the alleged bounty had been put out. When asked how Kissi received the news, he narrated being woken up from sleep by incessant calls from Anas; something Kissi said Anas almost never does. This alarmed Kissi; he answered the call, only to be told the unfortunate news.
He described the shock and pain he felt in his gut as almost unbearable, especially because Ahmed was someone he knew on a very personal level. Not only that, he took Ahmed through so much, in relation to piecing together evidence starting from the “Judges’ saga” through to “Number 12”.
Further conversation between the seasoned lawyer and ace broadcaster (Bola) led to Kissi revealing that prior to him and Kennedy Agyapong “bumping heads”, the two, during the MP’s mother’s funeral, sat at a table and ate fried yam with sardine in Assin Central. Kissi found it surprising that Kennedy Agyapong (whose name Kissi never mentioned during the interview) doesn’t seem to remember meeting him (Kissi).
The distinguished lawyer admitted that he called for the arrest of the MP who went on his own TV station and put out a bounty. He however stated that he didn’t accuse the MP of murder. In explaining, Kissi Agyebeng stated that his legal training has taught him that any person, who incites people to visit violence on another person, has committed a crime. He further stated that in this instance, the person went beyond that and mentioned that he’d pay for any consequence. According to Kissi, whether or not Ahmed was killed, the MP would still be said to have committed a crime.
He made it known that he is feisty when seeking justice and fairness; he doesn’t bend in such situations.
By Ferguson/ Gh Links