Sex girl pops up
After nearly one week of nationwide puzzle over the true identity of the lady in the hottest campus sex video in Ghana today, indications are that the search seems to be coming to an end, if the dramatic development at the studios of Asempa 94.7 FM in Accra yesterday was anything to go by.
This follows the popping up of a lady who claimed to be the co-protagonist in what has become globally known as the Koforidua Flowers Sex Video.
Dramatically, as the damsel confessed live, in confirmation of media revelations that campus sex filming had been going on in the country, some staff of the radio station had taken DAILY GUIDE to the cleaners for the revelation.
The young lady, whose photograph had been attached to media publications last week, did not only confirm her involvement in the video, but also made other startling revelations, thanks to DAILY GUIDE's publications last week Thursday and Friday.
According to the lady, she featured in one of three similar videos making the rounds today, and blamed her former boyfriend for it.
She said the former boyfriend and onetime student in one of the Mission Universities in Accra, filmed one of his sex bouts with her without her consent.
The lady, who was bold enough to supposedly own up to clear her image, was not allowed to give her name, let alone be photographed, as she was cordoned off cameramen in a programme the media was supposed to be interested in.
She alleged that when the video was circulated, she reported the matter to the Dansoman Police, but the matter could not go far because the investigator, one CID Obed, who was in charge of the case also wanted to have sex with her.
She also described the former boyfriend as the son of a senior police officer at Dansoman.
Her account was partially confirmed by Superintendent Alex Yartey, former District Police Commander in Dansoman, who said the case, could not be investigated after a certain point because it was taken over by the CID headquarters at the instance of the complainants.
It would be recalled that the paper did two stories last week on the sex scandal which had become the talk of the town in Koforidua, and had shaken the municipality to its foundation because of the level of allegations flying around.
The report said several curious people, especially the youth, were rushing to the cafes to download the pornographic material, which was then on the internet onto their phones.
He said rumours in town fingered a Nigerian young man at a university in the municipality as the person behind the video, but the Asempa girl said her boyfriend was a Ghanaian.
The four-minute pornographic act widely captured on people's mobile phones showed how the hairy guy with a big belly banged an equally hairy girl as she groaned in pain.
Interestingly, the video focused on the lady all through, leaving the face of the man behind.
But Mr. Thomas Fosu, DAILY GUIDE's Eastern Regional Bureau Chief, who did the story, described the current development as a double blessing in disguise, saying it would not only exonerate the suspected victims in Koforidua, but also help the alleged Accra victim to get justice.
The porn lady was given tight protection by staff of Asempa who refused DAILY GUIDE access to her name and even her phone number.
Before she walked out of their studios, they switched off all lights in the building, to the extent that viewers wondered what essence the supposed owning up of the victim was to the general public, if she was not to be seen.
Three other similar clips are in town involving two other private university girls.
By Bennett Akuaku