Where was your loyalty to Serwaa when you tried to link me with Sandra Ankobea? – Henry asks Nana Aba

Where was your loyalty to Serwaa when you tried to link me with Sandra Ankobea? – Henry asks Nana Aba

Businessman Henry Fitz has stirred up controversy by sharing damaging content on his social media accounts after receiving a court summons from the state regarding his alleged involvement in the non-consensual sharing of an intimate image involving his ex-partner, Serwaa Amihere.

One of his posts on Snapchat targeted Nana Aba Anamoah, a friend of Serwaa Amihere and another media personality, accusing her of disloyalty. Fitz claimed that Nana Aba attempted to set him up with Sandra Ankobea, an acquaintance, just to manipulate him into purchasing a fridge, thereby betraying Serwaa in the process.

In a passionate outburst, Fitz called out Nana Aba, questioning her loyalty and highlighting instances where he felt she had shown disloyalty towards Serwaa. He also made bold statements about possessing incriminating evidence from their past interactions, insinuating that Nana Aba’s pursuit of financial gain was comparable to that of a blackmailer.

Henry Fitz, along with two others, is currently entangled in a legal battle initiated by the Republic over the alleged non-consensual sharing of an intimate image. The charges brought against them fall under Section 23(1) of the Criminal Offences Act 1960 (ACT29) and Section 67(1)(2) of the Cybersecurity Act 2020 Act 1038.

The saga began when a video of Serwaa Amihere and Henry Fitz engaging in intimate activities surfaced online. Amidst the public backlash that followed, Henry Fitz denied being responsible for leaking the video, contrary to speculations in some media circles.

The case is complex, involving various individuals including Serwaa Amihere, filmmaker Edem Saviour Ketti, and trader Candylove Kwakyewaa Ababio.

According to court documents, the sequence of events leading up to the charges involved extortion attempts aimed at Serwaa by individuals demanding money in exchange for not releasing compromising content.