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Anambra Shuts Hotel Over Viral Sex Video In Pool


(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The Anambra state government has ordered the closure of Witness Garden Annexe in Awka, over a viral sex video inside a pool said to have taken place at the facility.

Recently, a video surfaced online showing young people, said to be students, having sex while being filmed.

Donatus Onyenji, the commissioner for culture, entertainment and tourism, in a statement on Thursday disclosed that the hotel has been sealed.

The commissioner said the directive is to enable the government and security agencies to conduct investigations into the matter.

Onyenji added that the order is in line with the provisions of the Anambra state tourism and hospitality law 2016.

The commissioner said it is already reviewing an application for an operational permit by the hotel which was dated August 31.

“However, while the process is ongoing, our attention has been drawn to the social media video of live sex and pornographic content (sex party) conducted on September 3 at an open place in your hotel/facility,” he said.

“This and other such indecent operations and unholy acts of public show of indecency must not be allowed in any hotel in Anambra.



“The government of Anambra hereby directs the management of the hotel to shut down operations, pending further investigations and review of its application”.

Ndibe Ikeh, the general manager of Witness Group, owners of the hotel, expressed regrets over the incident.

Ikeh said the incident did not represent the company’s values and operational principles.

He also called on the Department of State Services (DSS) and the police to conduct a thorough investigation with the aim of establishing the role of the hotel in the incident.

“Wintess Garden Hotel is a responsible organisation with good moral values, our services are open to the public,” he said.

“As a management, we condemn the act and call for thorough investigation into the matter. We apologise for this embarrassment and thank the state government for its kind intervention”.

NAN


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