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Serwaa Amihere's intimate video leak: Management of EIB and GHOne TV should do better - Women Wellbeing Africa

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1 months ago
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Women Wellbeing Africa (WWA) has expressed their utmost disappointment in the management of EIB Network and GHOne TV for their “unconcern” posture on media personality Serwaa Amihere's intimate leaked video.

They claimed the media house has “left the young lady to her fate to battle the scandal out all by and to herself” in a statement sighted by Theannouncergh.com.

The group urged the management of EIB Network and GHOne TV “to do better” and “defend” their on-air personality.

“We believe such a posture by the owners and management of the broadcasting house does not only betray Serwaa Amihere but also go a long way to send negative signals to other young women which would discourage them from pursuing various careers in the media industry” A portion of their statement reads.

Read below the full statement 

Our social media space and platforms were hit with a leaked video purported to be that of media celebrity, Serwaa Amihere and a gentleman named Henry Fitz, just a week ago.

This nude video scandal has triggered all manner of reactions and commentary, with Serwaa Amihere being at the centre of it all. The gentleman alleged to be behind the leaking and sharing of this private video, Henry Fitz, has also been berating Serwaa Amihere on claims that he has been wrongly accused by her.  

However, according to sources close to Serwaa Amihere, the gentleman had been blackmailing Serwaa Amihere with the nude video, until it finally got public.

While many sympathise with, and defend her in the face of cyber trolls, criticisms and abuse, the employers of Serwaa Amihere, EIB and GhONE TV have remained loudly silent and indifferent. They have refused to at least come out public to indicate their support and solidarity with her in these difficult times.

They have left the young lady to her fate to battle the scandal out all by and to herself. We believe such a posture by the owners and management of the broadcasting house not only betrays Serwaa Amihere but also goes a long way to send negative signals to other young women which would discourage them from pursuing various careers in the media industry.

Serwaa Amihere, like many other young women, who have excelled and made a mark at such young ages must be protected since they are already a role model to a lot of younger girls.

We as a civil society group, interested in the wellbeing and welfare of women, condemn the posture of EIB and GhONE TV, and call on them to act better. We believe they will take our advice in good faith. Thank you!

Women Wellbeing Africa (WWA)

 

source: Theannouncergh.com