Ahmed Suale’s four children have dropped out of school, his wife claims Anas has ignored them

The second wife of killed journalist Ahmed Suale claims that her late husband’s four children have all dropped out of school, while she has been ejected from her home due to her husband’s boss Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ indifference.

Due to financial difficulties, none of the four children are now enrolled in school, according to

Suale, the second wife of the dead journalist, said Anas originally paid the school fees for the four children for one academic year but then abandoned them, with the children becoming school dropouts while seeking financial help from a Muslim support group called Iqra.

She told Iqra on Facebook that she couldn’t seek outside aid earlier because of the impression it would make and the threat she may face, but that she is now speaking out since she and her four children were in desperate circumstances.

She’s currently perched with the first wife, both of whom are fighting to make ends meet without the financial assistance Anas promised them after their spouse died while working for him.

Many Iqra observers have questioned why Anas did not provide some level of security to Ahmed Suale, considering the nature of their occupations, and why he did not do more for Suale’s immediate family when he died.

Mrs Suale, who appeared to be withholding more details out of concern for her personal safety, claimed she is only going public to ask for help in getting her children back on track and putting her life back together.

Ahmed Hussein-Suale was a Ghanaian undercover journalist and a close collaborator of controversial journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas in the past.

Suale was shot three times in his vehicle on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, by unidentified persons on motorcycles, twice in the chest and once in the neck, in a murder suspected to be linked to his work as Anas Aremeyaw. He was survived by two spouses and four children.


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