Anas Aremeyaw Anas, CEO of Tiger Eye P. I, has said that, they haven’t neglected the second wife of late Ahmed Hussein-Suale, as the wife is not telling the truth.
In a press release sent to Ghana Africa News, Anas Aremeyaw Anas noted that, it is saddened to learn about the alleged financial plight of the second wife and family of their beloved colleague, slain Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
According to the statement, Ahmed Suale had two wives with whom he had four (4) children at the time of his assassination, of which he had one child (boy) with the second wife.
Anas mentioned in the statement that, Tiger Eye P.I. in 2019 gave a lump sum donation to the family in the presence of Ahmed’s two wives, where the family of Ahmed disbursed the lump sum equitably to the two wives.
As part of the efforts from Tiger Eye P.I., the organization secured a business contract for the two wives to invest their portion of the lump sum to cater for themselves in the long term.
“We took responsibility for the education of all the 4 children and to date, Tiger Eye pays for the education of the children”, the statement revealed.
According to sources reaching Ghana Africa News, a year after Ahmed Suale’s assassination on 16 January 2019, his family sent his wives back to their families in line with Islamic custom, as the second wife was sent to her family in the Northern region.
The statement noted that, the second wife remarried shortly after, and relocated to join her new husband at Ashaiman in Accra.
To cancel the false information about Tiger Eye, the statement reiterated that Tiger Eye financed the entire funeral expenditure of Ahmed both in Greater Accra and Northern regions.
“We have been doing a lot behind the scenes to bring the perpetrators of the gruesome murder of Ahmed to book. To this end, we have been in constant contact with the family”, the statement added.
Anas reassured that Ahmed Hussein-Suale’ family will always be part of Tiger’s family.
Below is a copy of the statement
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