CRIMINAL OFFENCES ACT - 1960 (ACT 29) Section - 98 - Definition of Rape:
Section 98 of the Act defines rape thus; “rape is the carnal knowledge of a female of not less that sixteen years without her consent.” Thus, to prove rape, the accused person must have had carnal knowledge, which is sexual intercourse (penetration 8), of a female 9 and there must have been a lack of consent on the part of the female.
Report reaching GHANASKY.COM and ACCRA24.COM hours ago, show that the sex video that was leaked online from Koforidua in Asokore, a town in the New Juaben Municipal District of the Eastern Region of Ghana, no action has been take yet.
According to GHANASKY.COM analyst, we decided to honour all women by editing the video that reached our ACCRA24.COM corridors. But from what GHANASKY.COM reporters went through, you could see the man was exercising his authority on the unimpeachable ladies.
It was said that, Daniel Ofosu, the sex machine man have brutally raped a lot of ladies inside his father's house and the law of Ghana has not yet taken action against this man.
According to sexual violence against a person, whether male or female, which violates the person’s bodily integrity and sexual autonomy. It the duty of the law office in Ghana to take action. Without consent sexual contact or acts are unlawful.
In Ghana, the term sexual offences is used in Chapter Six of the Criminal Offences Act, 1960 (Act 29) and it covers “any unlawful dealing with a female by way of rape, defilement, and in
the case of unnatural carnal knowledge, the victim could be either a man or woman, indecent assault (man or woman) and again, incest.”
Ghana’s Criminal Offences Act, 1960 (Act 29) specifies the following sexual offences: rape, defilement, carnal knowledge or unnatural carnal knowledge of persons with mental challenges, indecent assault and incest. The offence of abduction in the Criminal
Offences Act is also examined in this paper because it involves carnal or unnatural carnal
knowledge and consent. In presenting the legal treatment of consent in sexual offences in
Ghana, this paper analyzes the above noted sexual offences and the treatment of consent
under these offences. The analysis involves not only the penal provisions but also case
law and publications on consent in sexual offences.
The paper further analyzes the impact of customary law on the treatment of consent in the various sexual offences in Ghana.
Rape involves sexual intercourse against a person's will. Most experts believe the primary cause of rape is an aggressive desire to dominate the victim rather than an attempt to achieve sexual fulfillment.
FORCIBLE SEX RAPE was seen in attached "Koforidua Leaked SEX Tape" Sexual intercourse carried out against a person's will by Daniel Ofosu.
And he must be charged with rape if force was used to subdue the victim in this video below.
Some of the video, this sex man open women legs to show up her full female mammal canal. It seems some of the girls was unlettered about what was going on.
WATCH FULL FORCIBLE SEX RAPE VIDEO BELOW:
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