Ada threatens to commit suicide

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The controversial YFM presenter, Adaeze Onyinyechie Ayoka aka Princess
Ada, who allegedly staged her own kidnapping and gang-raping has
threatened to commit suicide.

Princess Ada, the radio diva, is reported to have pleaded with her mother to allow her to take her own life.

According to the Daily Guide newspaper, its sources at the Police
Hospital in Accra indicates that Princess Ada, who may be charged with
deceit of public officer, is constantly pleading with her parents to
leave her to kill herself to end it all – apparently because of the
humiliation the act had brought to her.

In view of this, doctors attending to her at the facility, according to
police sources have warned family members not to bring any implement
that could aid her in committing the act.

Checks indicate that heavy armed policemen are still guarding the suspect, who is under arrest in her hospital bed.

Reports from the police reveal that Princess Ada has since not been
able to give the police her statement, even though investigators in
charge of the case always visited the health facility to see if she
could give her own statement to aid them in their investigations.

A police source told Daily Guide that the police would patiently wait
until the day she will get well and be able to give her statement.

“Anytime police investigators get to the hospital to take her statement, Princess Ada goes deaf and dumb,” the source revealed.

Ada and four other people reportedly staged the rape and kidnapping
episode at a hotel at Abossey Okai in Accra as disclosed by the police.

An 18-year-old painter, Nelson William, who was arrested by the police
as an accomplice in the gang-rape scandal, is helping the police in
their investigations.

He claims he was only carrying out the wish of Ada.

Nelson, also known as Iddrisu, was seen in the photographs circulated
on social media on top of Ada, supposedly raping her, but claims that he
did not penetrate the lady and that it was part of the act as allegedly
suggested by Ada, who appears in the act stark naked with bare breasts.

He said they did not take any payment from Ada in order to undertake the act.

It would be recalled that the YFM presenter, who enjoys a lot of
listenership because of the versatility with which she handles her
programme on air, was reportedly kidnapped for about five days. Ada has
been in the news for some time now after news of her alleged kidnapping
broke on Monday, April 13, 2015 followed by pictures of her being
sexually assaulted under the guise of being gang-raped.

She mysteriously surfaced last Tuesday claiming that she was gang-raped
by five boys after the porno­graphic pictures were seen circulating on
the social media.

This created uproar leading to the police launching a full-scale investigation, in the course if which Nelson was arrested.

ASP Efia Tengey, Accra Regional Public Relations Officer, told
journalists last week that Nelson said the act was staged by five
persons including Ada herself, another lady friend of hers and two other
young men in a hotel near Abossey Okai in Accra.

Giving reasons for the action, Nelson is said to have told the police
that Adaeze being a friend of the five, approached them that the
boyfriend had jilted her and so she wanted to portray a scene for the
boyfriend to believe that his new girlfriend was behind the supposed

“They then went to the hotel, staged the act and took pictures of the
scene, after which they posted them on the social media”, ASP Tengey

Addressing a press conference in Accra, ASP Tengey said Nelson,
currently in police custody, told them that the motive for staging the
rape and kidnap was to cause Rahman Nunoo, Ada’s boyfriend, to feel pity
for her and accuse a new girlfriend (name withheld) as the mastermind
of the kidnap and rape.

Credit:  Daily Guide

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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