Authorities at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have rejected a sex video as coming from the school.
The sex video, which is said to involve a female student of the university, was reportedly screened publicly on campus.
But in a statement issued on Thursday, May 4, the top-class university in the Ashanti Region says: “There was emphatically no public viewing anywhere on campus as purported”.
The statement said a crosscheck after a view of the tape suggested that “the alleged names do not match the picture as seen in the video recording”.
“It could therefore be a case of mistaken identity,” it stressed.
Signed by Deputy Registrar V. A Ankamah-Lomotey, the statement also observed that the setting of the video is nowhere close to Independence Hall as suggested.
“Evidence currently available indicates that the lady in the video is not from KNUST.”
It says several details on the video are false.
“There is high probability that the video could have been shot elsewhere.”
The university assured the public that such act will not be condoned.