A self-acclaimed scholarship secretariat director at Sefwi Asawinso has been grabbed by the police for using his ‘office’ to ‘bonk’ applicants.
Peterson Fosuhene was arrested following a set-up by one of his victims he lured to a hotel.
According to reports, the suspect is fond of contacting applicants that an error had been detected on their forms, and that he is in the best capacity to help rectify it.
Once the applicant agrees to his help, he is said to demand sex as payment, on his terms.
Not mindful of her background as a sister of the Assemblyman for Seyerano electoral area, Collins Nkrumah, he took his action.
Addressing Adom News' Augustine Boah on the plot, she said she at first declined his offer, yet he was tireless, an activity she said made her smell a rat.
With the assistance of her family, she incubated an arrangement to acknowledge the offer and have police in standing by to get oneself acclaimed director.
He was arrested at an undisclosed lodging in an area at Asafo, while getting ready for the romp.
Following his capture, it has been uncovered that he isn't a staff of the said secretariat, nor is he an individual from any of the branches.
Authorities suspect that he acquired the details of his casualties from the secretariat's notification board for candidates.
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