Ms Ada says her fans are missing a lot and to put competition on radio
Four months after news broke that YFM presenter had been allegedly abducted and gang-raped, Ms. Ada has broken her silence stating that her fans should expect more on radio.
Ms Ada who suffered from a bipolar disorder according to a consultant psychiatrist at the Brain Clinic in Abokobi, Mr. Yao Mfodwo who treated Ms. Ada since she was discharged from the Police hospital, linked Ada’s condition to a psychological disorder.
“I have not seen pictures of myself. I was found, practically naked on the streets. I don’t even know how I moved from Accra to Takoradi,” she said.
Ms Ada speaking at a press conference in Accra said she is fine adding that there was nothing wrong with her.
"I am here to let you guys know that I am fine," she told the media.
“I am fine, I am good and I am ready to get back to work, maybe twice what I use to do with a lot of energy more creativity so my fans should just chill out. I know they are missing a lot and to put competition on radio.”
"I've heard a whole lot, actually I think at a point I was asked a lot of questions that people were suppose to ask me and I don't know what to say and in all of them, I don't know whether it is true or not true and I think it'll be okay to tell you my side of the story at my own time," she stated.
It would be recalled that Miss Ada allegedly staged her kidnap and gang-rape incident where photos of the alleged sexual assault were released on facebook.
The Ghana Police said the lady at the centre of the alleged abduction and sexual assault orchestrated the entire episode to get back at her ex-boyfriend.
The Kaneshie Magistrate Court on May 12 2015, presided over by Judge Adwoa Akyaamaa Ofosu, sought to find out from the prosecutor, Inspector Anim Darko when Ms Ada was admitted at the hospital and when she would be discharged.
The victim on July 15, 2015 was granted bail and discharged.