Kofi Kyei, the boyfriend of Ewureffe is said to have been the master mind behind the accusations of alleged rape which was leveled against radio personality, KKD.
Kofi Kyei, the boyfriend of Ewureffe, the 19-year-old lady who was allegedly raped by KKD is apparently the one who forced the girl to press charges against the broadcaster.
According to reports, Kofi Kyei who was also at the event on that fateful 27th December, 2014, took Ewuraffe to the Airport Police Station and upon reaching there, told the police that the latter had been raped.
The police, therefore, called for the victim – Ewureffe. Kofi left the police station and after thirty minutes, came with Ewureffe but her first remark allegedly was: “I was not raped.” Kofi then demanded a police medical report form from the police, which they declined.
He then drove to a hospital (name withheld) and feigning as a doctor, called the police with another line still demanding for the police medical report form.
But the police scorned his request with the reason being that, a doctor cannot sit in his office and call a police station to serve him or her with a police medical report form.
Kofi allegedly placed a call to a man believed to be a fatherly figure to Ewureffe, who furiously, stormed the police station in a police jeep and demanded that Ewureffe press charges of rape against KKD which was effected on paper without much delay. After that, Kofi Kyei allegedly started spreading the news online.
It is however said that, Ewureffe actually never loved Kofi Kyei for anyone to have said they were dating. The guy was rather the one who forced himself on her, creating the impression that they were lovers, so when the chance came for him to show his true love, he chose to ‘use’ KKD which obviously was to no avail.
Kofi has allegedly said that, since the release of KKD, his friends have been mocking him and the subject of mockery is that, “KKD has ‘chopped down’ his girlfriend for free though Ewureffe has reportedly called it off with him and she does not want him close to her or her family.