DAILY GUIDE has gathered that sex video tapes are currently circulating around Akyem Begoro in the Fanteakwa District of the Eastern Region.
The suspected brain behind the sex video – a physically challenged photographer, Yaw Offei, aged 50 years and native of Oheneso, Begoro – is an elder and choir leader of a popular church in the area.
According to sources in the area, Yaw Offei had been caught in action having sexual intercourse with 64 different women in separate video footages.
The suspect, who limps, is currently on the run as the police and the youth have launched a manhunt for him.
DAILY GUIDE gathered that the photographer allegedly perpetrated the acts at his photo studio after inviting young and old ladies, some of who are married, into the studio.
Reports indicated that he has a sofa in his studio in which he caresses them (women) and then engages them in the sexual exercise and gets the act filmed without the knowledge of his 'partners.'
According to the sources, the limping man sent his damaged camera for repair last month and forgot to remove the memory card that contained the video of the sexual acts.
This paper learned that the repairer (name withheld), in an effort to repair the camera, removed the memory card, inserted it into his camera and watched the video.
He was said to have spotted the photographer having sex with 64 different women.
Information had it that when the videos got into the custody of a young man, he demanded an amount of GH¢3,000 to stop them from leaking, but the photographer managed to pay GH¢2,500 and refused to settle the rest, which made the young man release the tape to the public.
However, the women who are familiar to the inhabitants had allegedly deserted the town and their whereabouts unknown.
Separate videos watched by this paper established that some of the ladies who had sex with the photographer did so for the purpose of collecting money to cater for themselves and their children.
The Begoro District Police Commander, DSP Samuel Odame, in an interview with DAILY GUIDE , confirmed that his outfit had received reports about the sex tapes.
He said there had been a mad rush for the tapes, adding that the suspect was on the run as the police had mounted a search for the photographer.
DSP Samuel Odame appealed to the youth in the area to stop circulating the tapes, and said his outfit would deal with anyone found watching or sharing the videos.
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