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Leaked sex video could have been shot elsewhere - KNUST

Date published: Wednesday, 4th May 2016

Management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has disregarded claims that a female seen in an erotic leaked sex video is a student of the school.

Only a female's face and naked body was seen in a widely circulated video being bonked by a faceless male.

There were several claims that both persons in the video were students of the institution.

But a statement signed and issued by Vincent Ankamah-Lomotey, Deputy Registrar of the University Relations Office, stated otherwise.

"Evidence currently available indicates that the lady in the video is not from KNUST," the statement defended.

It noted that investigations carried out by the institution showed no records of both the lady and her male counterpart.

Adding that, "Other details provided so far have also proven to be false. There is high probability that the video could have been shot elsewhere."

Below is a statement from KNUST

Our attention has been drawn to a video recording being circulated and purported to involve students of our University. Management of the university has gotten a copy of the said video.

A query of our database showed that the alleged names do not match the picture as seen in the video recording. It could therefore be a case of mistaken identity.

It is also alleged that the video was shot at the independence Hall of the university, but the environment in the video recording does not indicate or depict the setting of a room at independence hall or residence or any hall or residence on the university campus.

Evidence currently available indicates that the lady in the video is not from KNUST.

Other details provided so far have also proven to be false. There is high probability that the video could have been shot elsewhere.

There was emphatically no public viewing anywhere on campus as purported.

These are the facts that are currently available to the university. We wish to assure the public that the university will not condone or tolerate any such activity and conduct.

Signed

V.A. Ankamah-Lomotey

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