Woman, Lamptey Mills Did Not Rape Me, it Was Just Sex

The woman at the centre of the alleged sex scandal involving the proprietor of Great Lamptey Mills Institute, Enoch Nii Lamptey Mills, has shot back at the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice for recommending that the man be put on trial for rape and defilement.

The apparently exasperated young lady said she was shocked at the posture the state had assumed on the matter even though she had willingly agreed to have sex with the man on numerous occasions as a consenting adult.

Speaking to Joy FM yesterday, the woman, who has a child with the famous school proprietor, revealed that she had sex with Lamptey Mills several times on her own freewill before she got pregnant.

“I was 18 years then and we had sex several times because I wanted to have sex with him,” she said, adding “I got pregnant just before I turned 19 in December. I am a December born.”
According to the young woman, their child is now 3 years old and the suspect has been caring for them while she has been going to school.

 “Mene sane po ne?” she blurted out in the Ga language during the interview, to wit “what at all is this?” Yesterday, the Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DOVVSU) said it was awaiting a response from the Attorney General to commence trial against the proprietor of the school.

Lamptey Mills is accused of having an affair with a 16-year-old former student of his school.

He was re-arrested last week on the orders of the Attorney-General after he had been set free of the same offence last year by an Accra circuit court.

He is currently in custody at the Ministries police cells pending the commencement of his trial.

Head of Public Relations at DOVVSU, ASP Freeman Tetteh, said officials “have officially charged him for court and a docket forwarded to the A-G’s department. It is the A-G that prosecutes rape cases unlike defilement which is prosecuted by the police…We have done our part we are only waiting for the A-G’s department to request his person.”

Meanwhile, the Ghana Education Service (GES) is revising its disciplinary regulations to cover proprietors of schools who misconduct themselves.

Currently, the regulations do not empower the GES to act against proprietors and teaching staff of educational institutions.

Source: Daily Guide

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