Videos from President Akufo-Addo’s hotel room rendezvous with Canada-based Ghanaian lesbian, Evelyn Aidoo, have begun hitting social media.
WhatsUp News has seen some of the footages and they capture the President practically flaunting Ms. Aidoo, alias Serwaa Broni, as they saunter through hotel lobbies.
In one of the videos, the President is seen leading Serwaa Broni into an inner sanctum of a hotel.
It is not clear who the source of the videos are but they leave in their wake suggestions that they are being methodically leaked piecemeal to tell a video story that could possibly climax into a bedroom scandal as anticipated by the eager Ghanaian public.
But even at this stage, the Jubilee House has kept quiet in what appears to be a strategy for the scandal to slowly blow over.
Serwaa Broni, a lesbian in an open gay relationship with another woman in Canada has been revealing how her intimate friendship with President Akufo-Addo ended in a traumatizing experience that has left her with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
In a video broadcast on Facebook, she reveals how the President had organized an armed robbery hit on her in an attempt to recover a piece of dirty secret that President Akufo-Addo fears would end his political career if it is outed, but the singing lesbian has promised never to leak any more indicting secrets of the President.
After luring her down from Canada, Aidoo claims the President arranged for National Security operatives to waylay a vehicle she was traveling in at Dawhenya and rob her, in the hope of intercepting the said evidence of the President’s secret hinted at by the woman at the centre of the raging scandal.
She reveals that the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP)’s Parliamentary candidate for Kpone-Katamanso, Hopeson Yaovi Adorye, had been used as a hatchet man for the state-sponsored robbery and that she has since reported Adorye to Canadian authorities and Interpol.
According to Serwaa Broni, President Akufo-Addo has since apologized for organizing the armed robbery hit on her.
Meanwhile, video footages have begun dropping in spite of the earlier promise by Serwaa Broni that she has and had never had any intention whatsoever to release the secret that President Akufo-Addo was desperately trying to prevent from coming out.
Making that vow, she said she had learnt her lesson from the event that defined that secret but has decided to keep it to herself because she had also let herself down.
She had however used the opportunity to advise young women not to trust old men like Akufo-Addo because they are in a position of influence and can offer them material wealth.