Three leaked seks tapes of Ghanaian rapper-Itz Tiffany (realname Tiffany Owsus) have been making rounds and since GhanaCelebrities.Com broke the story last night, it’s become the talk of social media.
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Initially, we were given the name of the man who recorded the video with Tiffany (in the video) and also alleged to have leaked it as Frank Whyte, the ex boyfriend and baby father of the rapper—and after digging into things, it’s come to light that the real name of Frank Whyte is Frank Kwame Gambrah.
Frank Kwame Gambrah per a court document obtained which you can read below fled Ghana to the United Kingdom soon after shooting his friend-Darren Danso at the car park of the Aphrodisiac Night Club in August 2007.
After running to the UK for 2 years, he later returned to Ghana and he was arrested when he was going through arrival formalities at the Kotoka International Airport.
Both Darren and Frank were at the time reported to be British-born Ghanaians who resided in London and were in Ghana for holidays when the murdering took place.
The detail of the case is pretty long. While Gambrah was hiding in the UK, the Ghanaian government requested for extradiction to have him brought to Ghana for trail but relying on insanity and article 2, 3, and 6 of the European Covention on Human Rights, Frank’s lawyers argued against the extradition—saying, if extradited his Convention rights would be breached.
The case went as far as to the UK’s High Court. And rapper Itz Tiffany (real name Tiffany Owusu) was mentioned in the legal document as the girlfriend of Frank Gambrah—and also, as part of Gambrah’s defence witness…
The Death Penalty Blog wrote on the case, since Frank Gambrah was facing Dealth Penalty in Ghana if he was found guilty of the murder charges…
“Lord Justice Moses, sitting in the High Court in London, has ruled that the extradition of a mentally ill 34 year-old British father would breach his rights under Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which prohibits inhuman and degrading treatment, regardless of whether a moratorium is in place or not. Frank Gambrah, who spent over two years in prison awaiting the outcome of the extradition proceedings, was granted immediate release on 16 May 2014, when the judgment was handed down.
In August 2007, Mr. Gambrah, a British national, was accused of a murder outside a nightclub in Ghana’s capital Accra. Unaware of the charges against him, Mr. Gambrah returned to the UK later in the year and was only arrested in 2009, when he arrived at Kotoka International Airport to visit his son, who was unwell. He was released on bail in February 2010 and returned to the UK. In February 2012, five years after the murder took place, the Ghanaian Government requested the UK Government extradite Mr. Gambrah to Ghana to face trial for the alleged offence.
Ghana has not carried out any executions since 1990 but the death sentence remains mandatory for murder. The Ghanaian government offered various assurances that the death penalty would not be carried out, but in light of the mandatory nature of the death penalty, was unable to offer assurances that Mr. Gambrah would not be sentenced to death. It was also unable to explain when, how or by whom Mr. Gambrah’s sentence would be officially commuted. Mr. Gambrah was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, and the Court agreed that there were serious doubts as to the ability of the Ghanaian prison system to provide adequate mental health treatment for Mr. Gambrah.
The key question for the Court, therefore, was whether the circumstances of Mr. Gambrah’s imprisonment in Ghana would constitute inhuman and degrading treatment contrary to article 3, given that, if convicted, he would be sentenced to death, even with the assurances he had that he would not be executed and the de facto moratorium in Ghana.
Ultimately the Court found that it would be inhuman and degrading to expose someone with Mr. Gambrah’s mental health problems to the legal limbo of being sentenced to death without knowing when, whether or how his sentence would ever be commuted.
Lord Justice Moses went on to express grave doubts as to whether an extradition should go ahead in any case where the nature of a person’s sentence is so uncertain, as to do so would also amount to inhuman and degrading treatment. In his view, sentencing a person to death without taking into account the particular facts of the offence or his own personal circumstances and leaving him to rely only on the mercy of the president, was also in breach of the right to a fair trial, and should itself present a further barrier to extradition”.
On the same case; Ghana’s newspaper-Graphic wrote the below at the time;
“Collaboration between the Ghana Police Service and the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has led to the arrest of a murder suspect at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).
The suspect, Frank Kwame Gambrah, 30, who allegedly fled the country to the United Kingdom soon after shooting Darren Danso, 25, at the car park at the Aphrodisiac Night Club in August 2007, was arrested when he was going through arrival formalities at the airport.
The Deputy Director-General of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Joshua Dogbeda, told the Daily Graphic that both Darren and Frank are British-born Ghanaians who resided in London.
He said the two, who were friends, used to visit Ghana frequently to stay for some time and then return to the UK.
According to ACP Dogbeda, investigations by the police soon after the incident revealed that Darren befriended both the suspect and his younger brother, Eric Gambrah, in London.
He said after some time the relationship turned sour, with violent confrontations developing among the three friends in London and that prompted Darren to come to Ghana in August 2007 to cool off for some time and also avoid, any fatal consequences.
ACP Dogbeda said the suspect followed up to Ghana and started sending a series of text messages to the deceased that he (Frank) would kill him, so Darren should beware, a threat the deceased ignored.
However, about 3 am on October, 12, 2007 the deceased, together with his white girlfriend, Sofia Babel, stepped out of the Aphrodisiac Night Club at the Airport Residential Area to pick his car which he had parked in front of the National Service Secretariat building which is close to the night club.
Unknown to the deceased and his girlfriend, the suspect had laid ambush in the vicinity and so as soon as they entered Darren’s Audi saloon car, the suspect suddenly appeared and fired two shots at Darren’s chest and quickly fled the scene.
People from the night club who heard the gunshots rushed to the aid of the deceased and rushed him to the Nyaho Clinic and later to the 37 Military Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.
A watchman in the area who witnessed the incident took the registration number of the suspect’s car, GE 1097 Y, and handed it over to the police.
Police investigators traced the car used by the suspect and it turned out that it was a rented car.
The rental company confirmed that the suspect, Frank Kwame Gambrah, had rented the car on October 4, 2009 and returned it in the morning of October, 12, 2007 soon after shooting Darren to death.
Thereafter, he fled the country to the UK that very day and all efforts by the police to trace him proved futile. The police then placed his name on the police most wanted list and a copy was given to personnel of the GIS at the KIA, to be on the lookout-for him.
After staying away for exactly two years, the suspect decided to return home but he was arrested at the airport and handed over to the Homicide Unit of the CID for investigations.
Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Hanson Gove of the Homicide Unit who led the investigations said the suspect was arraigned before the Osu District Magistrate’s Court on Friday, October 9, 2009 on a provisional charge of murder and remanded to enable the investigation team to complete its work.
The suspect made a second appearance in court Tuesday.”
Also, a quick online search on the name Frank Gambrah brings out a lot on this case and other cases; such as a certain Frank Gambrah was also sentenced in 2000 in the UK to six years in jail for robbery.
And the same person (age at the time matching Tiffany’s baby Daddy) arrested by the police in 2008 in Croydon for hiding a 22-calibre rifle at his girlfriend-Margaret Aggudey’s house. He was charged with possession of a gun at Croydon Crown Court and was jailed in 2008.
Sentencing Frank Gambrah, Judge Timothy Stow QC told him: “I cannot think of any motive you might have had of an innocent nature for having this gun.”
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