Koftown S*xtape Scandal | 22-Year-Old On The Run After Filming & Circulating His S*xual Escapades With 42 Women In Asokore



A twenty-two-year-old son of a rich man has taken to his heels after x-rated videos of over forty different women he lured into having sex with him leaked onto new media platforms.

Daniel Ofosu, aka Junior or Ahotoba, a native of Asokore in Koforidua, is said to have bonked about forty-two women including school girls and married women, and filmed his sexual escapades with a digital camera after which he transferred the videos onto his laptop.

However, his laptop became faulty and he sent it to a close friend, Issiw, for repairs. Ahotoba reportedly lodged a complaint with the police after failing severally to retrieve his machine from Issiw, the repairer, who was arrested.

Issiw, who had already had access to the ‘porn tapes’ leaked the videos as payback, after he was released from the police cells.

According to Ghanaian newspaper, the New Crusading Guide, the young man used his Toyota Camry car and his father’s booming business to lure the women some of whom are members of the Calvary Worship Centre in Asokore, where he worships.

The newspaper also reports that, eight of the victims have been identified as his church-mates in Asokore and Oyoko, whilst the rest include students from the Presbyterian Training College (PTC), Oyoko Senior High School, many other schools in the area.

Five of the videos have gone viral — see here — through Bluetooth and other social media platforms following their release. The police are on the heels of Ahotoba, the new ‘Rocco’ in town.

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