I apologize for causing you shame. Serwaa Amihere apologizes for the video release.


Well-known media figure Serwaa Amihere has publicly apologised for the private video of herself that went viral a few weeks ago. 

On Tuesday, April 2, a leaked video featuring the media personality and Henry Fritz was extensively circulated on social media. 

On April 8, three people—among them Henry Fritz, who is still at large—were accused of posting the private footage online.

Serwaa Amihere paid a ransom to keep the naked video from going viral, according to the information contained in the charge sheet that was submitted in court. The three accused people shared the footage on social media even after they got the GH₵20,000 ransom that was sought. 

The three were accused of conspiring to commit a crime, namely sharing private photos without consent, which is against both Section 67(1)(2) of the Cybersecurity Act 2020 (Act 1038) and Section 23(1) of the Criminal Offences Act 1960 (Act 29).

In a statement shared on her social media accounts, Serwaa Anihere said that she had been exported five months before the leak and that she had worked with law enforcement to try to arrest extortionists. 

She expressed her regret for the leak, saying it was caught five years ago and was embarrassing her at the moment. 

The video, which was made five (5) years ago, has severely embarrassed me, my family, and my loved ones. It has also exposed my employers, and the businesses and brands I represent to embarrassment.

Below is the apology letter Serwaa Amihere submitted to the public;

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Source; CNR