Three people have been arrested in connection with the leaked Begoro sex video in which a photographer is said to have had sexual intercourse with some ladies, including married women.
The suspects (names withheld) are currently in the custody of the Begoro police, assisting in investigation into the leaked pornographic video allegedly recorded in the photo studio of Yaw Offei, the said perpetrator of the act, who is currently on the run.
One of the suspects was granted bail by the police on grounds of ill health.
Speaking on Adom FM Tuesday, the Begoro District Police Commander, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Samuel Odame confirmed the arrest of three women.
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He said the suspects were in their custody assisting in investigation while they were looking for the other ladies.
Yaw Offei, a limping photographer of about 50 years old and native of Heneso-Begoro, is said to be a choir leader of the local Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church.
The choir master, whose conduct is reported to have shocked the residents, including his wife and elders of the local church, is seen in action having sexual intercourse with different ladies in separate video footages.
He is currently on the run while the police and the youth of the town have launched a manhunt for him.
He left behind his cellular phone, making it difficult to reach him with a message. He was alleged to have stated that he could not bear the stigma of the unholy sexual act and aso he woudl go and commit suicide. However not even his wife is aware of what has happened to her husband.
Source: Adom News/Daily Guide
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