The chief of Tamale, Naa-Dakpema Dawuni Alhassan is asking for the banishment all the women who were filmed on the leaked sex tape recorded in Tamale.
A recently leaked nude pictures and videos in circulation reprotedly revealed that about 50 women had been filmed perfoming various sexual acts with a Tamale-born Ghanaian based in Canada.
In some of the pictures and videos cited by Citi News, the act was done on different occasions with some of them voluntarily posing naked for the pictures and video recordings.
Two of the ladies were identified as a nurse working in the Tamale Teaching Hospital and the other being a staff of Vodafone, the Tamale main office.
For reasons yet unknown, the nude pictures and some video footages of the behaviour went viral on social media networks.
This bizarre act by the sex machine has subjected his relations to public ridicule.
Naa-Dakpema Dawuni Alhassan maintained that all the ladies involved should be banished to serve as a deterrent to others.
He regretted that two of the ladies who are public servants were involved in such an activity.
Naa Dakpema said he would be disappointed if the two ladies were still at post.
The angry chief also impressed upon authorities of the Tamale Teaching Hospital and Vodafone to immediately dismiss them.
He fumed, “I say they should be driven them away from Tamale because if we allow them to stay they are going to bring something new to the youth of Tamale.”
While some Tamale residents subscribed to the revered chief’s proposal, others disagreed.
Those in opposition claimed banishing the ladies could amount to a violation of their fundamental human rights.
Meanwhile, the Northern Regional Youth Imam, Sheikh Awal Napari has described the act as unreligious.
He recommended that the ladies involved needed counseling for which reason they should be invited to the chief’s palace.
Sheikh Awal Napari cautioned the youth against such acts and admonished them to engage in moral conducts which will rekindle Tamale’s brand as the beacon of Islam in Ghana.
He implored religious clerics in the region to stand up and condemn such immoral behavior.
President of the Tamale Concerned Citizens Association, Basharu Alhassan Dabal-li equally condemned it and called for thorough investigations.
“It is unfortunate this is happening in Tamale; we the Concerned Citizens Association of Tamale, we condemn this particular act in strong terms especially those who are involved in these nude pictures and those who are posting it in the social media, we are condemning all of them.”
Basharu Dabal-li however pleaded with the general public to desist from harassing the parents of the young man at the centre of tape who are living in fear.
“Then again we are appealing to the general public particularly those who are harassing the relatives of the guy involved in this issue at least to put a stop to that.”
He emphasized, “They shouldn’t let it go a different dimension; we should allow the due process of the law to deal with those who are involved in this particular act but if we extend our anger by harassing and may be wanting to harm the relatives of the guy involved it will be too bad for us, so let us desist from harassing them and let the due process of the law take its course.”
By: Abdul Karim Naatogmah/citifmonline.com/Ghana