VIDEO: Even If Ms Ada-The YFM’s Presenter Who Claims to Have Been Kidnapped & Gang-Raped is Mentally Unstable, What About the Guys in the Photos? + MORE

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Chris-Vincent-The Run Up Show
Chris-Vincent | The Run Up Show

I couldn’t keep my own promise of going to produce at least one video a week for ‘The Run Up Show but I have managed to record this today—looking at the trending issue; the abduction, kidnapping, gang-raping of YFM’s Presenter-Ms Ada and the staging of these events.

What many Ghanaians found as a shocking incident; for a woman to be kidnapped, gang-raped and her n*ked photos to be taken during the ordeal and then uploaded to her own facebook—has turned out to be a staged event.

And the question is; WTF would a woman do this to herself—with the only plausible deduction being that, she is mentally unstable.

Even if she is mentally unstable, are we going to say the 3 or 4 guys who played part in the staging of the horrible event are also mentally unstable?

All the way from Barcelona, Spain, I take a look at these things in this new episode of ‘The Run Up Show’…

Watch the video below…


Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Founding Editor
Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri is the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com , a Film Critic and a Human Rights Advocate; he holds 2 masters degrees in Law; International Human Rights Law (LL.M) and Legal Practice Course (LL.M) from University of Leicester and Nottingham Law School--and also a degree in Law (LL.B) from University of East London. He's a Professional Truth Sayer and he is the author of the popular eBook “Success is a Right, Not A Privilege.” He currently works at Adukus Solicitors in London--where he uses his legal brains to kick real ass, for the good of clients and humanity. Contact: [email protected]


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  1. Chris, at the beginning of the video i think you meant ABDUCTED instead of “adopted”….. Unfortunately, we live In this Kim K era where an unknown girl can put a s*x tape out of herself sleeping with a famous guy and then ends up being richer and famous then he is. Thus, you have no idea of how far ppl will go in order to seek attention in this day and age. We both agree that this lady is not “100% in the head” but in her own sick twisted way she really believed she could pull this off which amazes me. Am I the only person seeing this trend about dubious ppl taking advantage of the sympathetic nature of Ghanaians ? First, it was the lady who claimed to be HIV positive and now this… Even though I am glad she wasn’t raped I hope she gets charged for causing emotional distress to the people around her and the nation as a whole.

  2. Wait, you deadass deleted my post because I corrected your grammar ??Because I sure ain’t violate any commenting rules. This site is a joke I’m off this.

    1. You see the problem? You violated a commenting rule by writing SEX, it had to be moderated to be made s*x. Now, who is the joke? Surely not the site…LOL.

      Are you sure you read the commenting rules? Rather, you would rant like most Ghanaians—Surely, we have a long way to go as people. SMH

      1. Bro, I would be the first to agree that I may have jumped the gun too soon with my lamentation but two things though…
        1. I am glad you made mention about Ghana and how much of a long way we have to go because if it takes u more than an hour to correct a THREE LETTER WORD in a paragraph then something is definitely wrong somewhere smh.

        2.. And even though I applaud your effort to sensitize the words used on here, i hope you look into the context at which these “offensive words” are used not necessarily the words itself.

        In any case, I must say this site brings a breath of fresh air into the Ghanaian blogosphere so keep up the good work.