Man Behind Begoro Sex Tape Grabbed

Yaw Offei, 50 and a photographer by profession is the main character in sexually explicit films that took social media by storm causing alot of unrest at  Fanteakwa District


The 50 year old church Elder Involved In Sex tape Saga in Begoro was arrested in Kumasi aftaler he went into hiding after the video went viral, Police in the Ashanti Region reported.

Offei, who is also a choir leader at the Begoro branch of the SDA church, fled when his Sexual escapades were leaked and had since been in hiding until his arrest yesterday March 30, Adomonline reports.

Confirming the arrest on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem Tuesday, the Manhyia Divisional Police Commander, ACP George Tweneboah said Yaw Offei was grabbed in the afternoon of March 30, 2015 at a railway station in Kumasi following a tipoff from some residents.

He had gone to print pictures when the operators recognised him and asked neighbours to alert the police.


ACP Tweneboah said the suspect, while admitting that he was the man in the videos, insisted he recorded them with the consent of the women, with whom he had a relationship.

The Begoro police has been notified and steps are being taken to transfer Yaw Ofei to Begoro to help with investigations, ACP Tweneboah added.

The limping photographer was caught in action having sexual intercourse with about 64 different women between the ages of  18 and 40 years in their quest to have their photographs taken by him are now victims of his sexual escapades

Offei is said to commit the acts at his photo studio after inviting young and old ladies, some of who are married, into the studio. Where he caresses the women and then engages them in the sexual activities whiles filming them without their knowledge

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