Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Society


Crime Justice


Rape Obscene

Manasseh's Fourth Estate Website Hacked Minutes After Publishing 'Licensed Sex Predator' Story

Information as gathered via Manasseh Azure Awuni's Facebook page indicates that the website of the Fourth Estate which hosted a publication on the latest investigative report on the 'Licensed Sex Predator' scandal has been hacked. According to him, this cyber attack happened shortly after some text evidence were published on the page.

He indicated that the IT team are working on it to restore the server so that readers could access the content and satisfy their curiosity on the investigative piece he promised yesterday. It took about half an hour for the IT team to restore access to the website.

Given the magnitude of the attack it would be appropriate a thorough investigation is conducted to avoid future attacks. Some Ghanaians have a differing opinion about the claim put forth by Manasseh as they think the server was only overloaded by traffic.

The investigative report exposes on Dr. Jonathan Nkunim, the Chief Executive Officer for Nature's Hand Therapeutic Center, located at Gbawe in the Greater Accra Region.

Details as provided by the ace investigative journalist found Dr. Nkunim liable for sexually exploiting his women clients over a strange medical condition; "lumbar spondylosis". The therapist per video evidence gathered by Manasseh and his team in a year-long investigation, lured patients into seductive moods and sexually assaulted them with his hands and in other cases his manhood.

Most of her victims, for the harassments suffered couldn't speak up to get the therapist arrest. The few ones who confided in Manasseh Azure Awuni are the reason, this abusive therapist has been uncovered.

The entire video documentary on Manasseh's investigation is yet to be published however the traffic the trailer had generated is that huge to believe that the curiosity of readers and viewers to binge on the full tape could be overwhelming.

This matter will surely be investigated by the police and the appropriate professional bodies that regulate therapeutic medicine in Ghana.

Content created and supplied by: Tinchie (via Opera News )

Ghanaians Greater Accra Region Jonathan Nkunim Manasseh Nature 's Hand Therapeutic


Load app to read more comments