Controversial Journalist Kelvin Taylor has dropped a picture of a man believed to be the bodyguard of Assin Central MP Kennedy Agyapong, one Kudus, who social media users say looks like the sketched portrait of the suspected killers of Ahmed Suale, can report.
Kelvin Taylor who may be insinuating a connection between the portrait and the attached picture of the alleged bodyguard of Kennedy Agyapong left his followers to draw conclusions while many warned him to desist from tampering with an ongoing investigation.
Some of his followers believe the timing of the release of the portrait and the latest picture could be a scheme to point at Kennedy Agyapong as was the original intent when Anas released a quickly-edited video of Kennedy Agyapong.
Knowing how Anas was quick to point fingers at Kennedy Agyapong as a possible suspect few minutes after the murder of Ahmed Suale, some questioned if the portrait and its glaring resemblance with Kennedy Agyapong’s bodyguard could be trusted because the sketch was not done by the police but rather by Anas and his team.
Ghc100,000 bounty from Kennedy Agyapong
Mr Kennedy Agyapong last year offered a GH₵100,000 reward to any member of the public who will volunteer information that would lead to the arrest of the murderer or murderers of investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
Mr Agyapong has been accused of masterminding the killing of Ahmed, says he is making the offer because his reputation is at stake.
Speaking on Net2 TV, the legislator said “It’s a human being that has died, no matter the mistake he has made, he has the right to live”.
“What I want to do is, anyone who can give information to assist in the arrest of the suspects will receive GH₵100,000 from me because it’s my reputation on the line,” he added.
Mr Agyapong denied being behind the death of Ahmed despite inciting the public to attack the journalist in the wake of the #12 investigation that exposed corruption in Ghana football
Anas Coalition and the portrait
Ahmed was shot dead by unknown assailants who were riding on a motorbike whilst the journalist was in a moving car in his neighborhood six-months after the premiering of Number 12, an investigative exposé into the Ghana Football Association.