Journalist from a UK-based international channel was killed In Ghana

he victims were shot through the vehicle, according to the authorities.
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Syed Taalay Ahmed sahib (Photo: MTA International)

Syed Taalay Ahmed sahib, a “hardworking journalist,” was murdered in Ghana, according to Muslim Television Ahmadiyya (MTA), a UK-based worldwide network.

The Muslim Television Ahmadiyya (MTA) journalist was assassinated by armed thieves on August 23 at Mpaha Junction, according to the Northern Regional Police.

The incident occurred as the journalist and his crew were on their way to Ghana to film a documentary about peace, security, and religion. “Some armed men appeared from the bush and opened fire on them, bursting their tires in the process and forcing the truck to stop,” the journalist said.

The victims were shot through the vehicle, according to the authorities. Ahmed, an international station journalist stationed in the United Kingdom, died on arrival at the Tamale Teaching Hospital, but his colleague, Umaru Abdul Hakim, lived.

Meanwhile, authorities are racing to apprehend the perpetrators responsible for the death of a British journalist in Ghana so that thorough investigations may begin.