Incarcerated gay doctor now a jail lecturer

Incarcerated gay doctor now a jail lecturer

- Dr. Ali-Gabass was spotted teaching at Nsawam Prison's new JHS block

- He was charged and convicted for sleeping with a 15 year old minor, and sent to prison for 25 years

- He confessed to his offences after being confronted with overwhelming evidence of his crimes

Dr. Ali-Gabass, shammed Senior Medical Doctor of the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital in Takoradi who was incarcerated for having homosexual relations with an under-aged teen, seems to have found new purpose in the teaching profession.

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Incarcerated gay doctor now a jail lecturer

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Dr.Ali-Gabass’ story first came to the public eye when Joy FM’s Manasseh Awuni Azuri conducted an investigating piece on him. The piece revealed that the senior medical doctor was having lewd homosexual relations with a minor since the boy was 15 years old.

Upon being presented with the damning evidence, the dishonored doctor confessed his shameful deeds to Joy FM’s investigative reporter.

You know, with this sexual thing, you know, for some of us we are trying our best. You know, it’s like being born with it. That urge is there,” he said.

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Last we heard of him, Dr. Ali-Gabass had been sentenced to 25 years in prison for his shameful relations with the 15 year old boy after being charged with defilement. He was being led away by members of the police service (wearing a creepy smile on his face) on his way to Nsawam Prison.

Now it seems as though the doctor turned convicted sex-offender has found new purpose in the teaching profession. Reports have it that Dr. Ali-Gabass was spotted last week Friday in the recently built JHS block of the Nsawam Prison.

Apparently, he was teaching fellow inmates who enrolled in the Prison school program the sciences as Chief Justice Georgina Theodora Wood and other members of the judiciary visited the facility. The collective justices’ visit had been part of the Justice For All program.

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