The Takoradi based YFM presenter, Princess Ada who staged her own kidnapping last year is set to release a video documentary chronicling events of her “kidnap and gang-rape.”
According to her, the documentary titled “Ada come out after one year” is intended to tell the world what really happened to her.
Speaking on Accra-based Hitz FM on Wednesday, Ada who is also known as Naana Akosua Appea Antwi but popularly referred to in showbiz circles as Adaeze Onyinyechie Ayoka said she has a team already working on the project.
She was diagnosed by doctors as having a bipolar disorder after the incident last year.
The story of the missing radio presenter took the nation by storm, as reports of her kidnapping and suspected sexual assault traversed the traditional and social media landscape.
YFM had, on April 13, 2015 put out a notice that the presenter had gone missing and wanted the public to help locate her. Pictures of her alleged sexual molestation went viral on social media. She was found on the same day and admitted to the GPHA Hospital in Takoradi.
It was later discovered that she deceived the police and the public as it was revealed that the incident was the fifth time the presenter had gone missing and that on those previous occasions she refused to cooperate with the police.
The police said they were going to charge her for deceit of public officers but because of her medical condition, the police case was stalled.prosecution. Commenting on the incident a year on, Ada said she has no regrets, adding that it had made her a stronger woman.
She said, “I was strong in the past but this whole thing made me 10 times stronger than I used to be. I have no regrets, If I had to turn back the hands of time, I will never change what happened.”
“They all make me the kind of person I am today. This is the kind of woman I wanted to be, I thought I was going to be that at the age of 50. But now I’m this young, and I can tell every other person that regardless, pick up yourself and let’s just move on, [some things] are bound to happen, we can’t do anything about them,” she added.
“I think one of the things I’ll do in the future is put together ‘Ada come out after one year’. I have a team working on my one-year project that is going to put the whole one-year thing together for us to fully talk about what exactly happened.” Ada also noted that she was organising a beauty pageant for patients of the Accra Psychiatric Hospital.
The aim of the event, she said, was to draw people’s attention to the need to support mentally ill people.
“It’s about time people paid attention to people who are mentally ill, they are logical, they just see things differently. Even in that state, [they] can still do positive things.”
“The idea is to invite the public to have games with everybody, why won’t we have Mr. and Miss Accra Psychiatric. Every year we are going to do it and we are going to have so many faces then we can raise the flag on stigmatization against mental illness,” she said.
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