Kwame Baffoe alias Abronye DC has invoked river deities and thunder to strike to death persons who may be planning to take bribes and release the suspect currently in detention at the Bureau of National Investigation (BNI) in connection with the murder of Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
MyNewsGh.com sources at the BNI have revealed that there is actually someone being held in their custody linked to the incident though investigations into how he is connected to the matter are still ongoing.
But a livid Abronye DC who suspect there are plans to release the suspect invoke a combination of river and thunder gods to struck dead anyone be it the police or officials of the BNI who will take bribes to release the suspect he claims pulled the trigger.
“Whoever will take money to conceal the truth, when it threatens to rain may thunder strike. I mean the one in BNI custody if you take money to conceal the truth when it threatens you have thunder to contend with. Ahmed Suale is dead so if you take money and also twist the facts will be struck by thunder”, he cursed.
The Controversial New Patriotic Party (NPP) executive, Kwame Baffoe alias Abronye DC is also claiming that the Kotobabi police took huge bribes to release one of the suspects in connection with the murder of undercover journalist.
He reveals that the suspect was arrested by a police patrol team some few days ago but was released following an intervention by some influential persons he believes are linked to Anas Aremeyaw Anas himself.
Speaking on NET 2 Television monitored by MyNewsGh.com on Wednesday, he called for thorough investigations into circumstances under which a suspect who is linked to such a high-profile murder could be released like that.
“He was arrested by the police patrol team but they took him to the Kotobabi police where they took bribe to release him”, he alleged.
Ahmed Hussein-Suale who played a key role in the investigative piece of Anas’ Number 12 that bothered on corruption in football was reportedly shot three times, twice in the chest and another in the neck in January this year at Madina a suburb of Accra.
The unidentified men were said to be two persons riding a motorbike. He was rushed to the police hospital but confirmed dead on arrival with various civil society organizations calling for thorough investigations into the matter.