A video circulating on social media shows the former deputy minister of information, Hon. Felix Kwakye Ofosu in a heated argument with some individuals in a household.
The person recording the alleged video has been identified as the brother of the lady’s fiancée who is currently outside the country and could clearly be heard asking the Honourable what he was doing in the lady’s room at 5am and also kept asking if he should call the honorable’s wife.
He indicated that he was recording the video because he needed it for evidence and stated that he was very aware of how the honourable could deny everything in the public domain.
The lady in question, Dela is said to be the fiancée of a young man who is currently out of the country and will be getting married soon.
The NDC’s parliamentary candidate for the Abura, Asebu –Kwamankese District is currently trending for the very wrong reasons because he is a married man which makes this whole thing wrong to do.
The honourable could be heard denying any wrong doing to the point of swearing to prove his innocence.
Another lady in the household who also claims to have caught them in the act on several occasions was also seen in a subsequent video pouring curses on herself saying she should be dealt with if she is lying about the incident but the curses should go to Dela and the honourable if her claims are true.
It is still not very clear why the video has been released to the public and now trending on various social media platforms.
We are yet to hear the honourable come out to clear the air about the matter but we think it is a set up for political gains by some people.
The video can be found on various YouTube channels, see it for yourself and draw your own conclusions.
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