- Victoria Hammah of the NDC says a trickster tried exploiting her seriously
- The former NDC minister claims one Fiifi Twum tried drugging her drink
- Fiifi Twum has described these allegations as false saying he is waiting for a police report
The former deputy communication minister under the Mahama administration, Victoria Hammah, has revealed how she was molested and exploited as a woman in the course of her life.
Victoria Hammah has detailed how a man called Faith Mensah Tekpor exploited her by drugging her in the move to not just exploit her sexually but also film the act and use it to blackmail her in return.
The former deputy minister, who is currently the executive director of the Progressive Organization for women's advancement (POWA), narrated the engagement with the gentleman was based on a quest to advance business opportunities.
Victoria Hammah recounts how this man who called himself Fiifi Twum, claimed to be "a farmer and a real estate owner. He added that he had equity shares in some properties".
Below are other parts of her narration:
"We went to A&C Mall, ate and spoke for about two hours about business. We departed afterward. In the evening, this gentleman called me that we could meet for me to look at his apartment. I told him it’s late; I have a meeting tomorrow
When I got there, there were about four people. He asked a gentleman to escort me to his place. He showed me around… I started asking questions about real estate and all. He offered me a drink; I took it. He asked if I wanted to eat something and I answered ‘no’. Suddenly, I started feeling hungry. It was quite unusual because I had had light breakfast so I said ‘yes’. He told me he’s cooking beans.
When it was ready, I scooped mine; he told me he wasn’t hungry. I ate the beans. After eating, I felt tired so I told him I had to go home. He said I could sleep there but I refused. Then I felt I was becoming weak. It became more severe and I asked if I were dying.
I saw there was a grin. The person was unperturbed. I had an intuition that I had been drugged. The building was swinging left and right. I asked him what he put in the drink. I tried holding him but because I was weak, I couldn’t.
At that point, the only thing that came to my thought was my spiritual master. I focused my mind on him. I invoked his image in me in concentration. I had to submit to a higher being to save me. The first words that came from my mouth was ‘save me, my guru’. The fourth time, I started chanting his name with faith and absolute concentration, devotion. Each time I chanted the name, I was able to have control over my body. That is how I escaped.” she said
Response from Fiifi Twum:
Reacting to these claims leveled against him by Victoria Hammah, Fiifi Twum, argued that it was never his intention to drug Victoria. According to him, the former minister had already expressed interest in him.
"Any time you find a human being who wants to jump ahead, you know that the person has a serious problem. Why won’t she allow the police to put out this statement? If she knows she has a case against me, why wouldn’t she?" he querried.
Meanwhile, the police is yet to release a statement regarding the allegations and counter-allegations between both parties.
After resigning from the Mahama-led administration over a leaked conversation that suggested that he wanted to embezzle a huge sum of money (1 million dollars) and leave politics, Victoria Hammah has been off the scene for a while.
Her last appearance in the news was linked to a comment she made that she needed an energetic boyfriend.
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