The Ghana Police Service has began investigations around Ebony’‘s viral mortuary video.
The video shows Ebony and her friend, Franky Kuri being ‘manhandled’ by a mortuary attendant at an unnamed hospital.
Chief Superintendent Herbert Gustave Yankson, Director in charge of the Cyber Crime Unit of the Ghana Police Service made the revelation on Wednesday, February 28, 2018.
He disclosed that he had “been instructed to commence investigations into it and bring those perpetrators to book.”
According to them the people sharing the video also risk being punished.
“It is a crime. Section 281 of the Criminal Offenses Act talks about offences related to obscenity and so far as you are showing the nude pictures of somebody, it is related to obscenity and it’s a crime and there is the need for us to take action…,” explained Yankson on Hitz FM.
“The law particularly says that even if you have in your possession, distributing it, those circulating it that circulation, it is also an offence and they could be brought to book.”
Her friend, Franky Kuri, and a Military Man, Atsu Vondee, who is said to be her bodyguard on board a Jeep from Sunyani also died in the head-on collision with a VIP bus heading towards Sunyani from Kumasi.