In a newspaper interview, Ataa Takyi, a Community Fire Assistant attached to the Techiman Fire Station also denied that the fire officer, Mr Ansah Andoh, is her boyfriend.
In a newspaper interview, Ataa Takyi, a Community Fire Assistant attached to the Techiman Fire Station also denied that the fire officer, Mr Eric Ansah Andoh, is her boyfriend.
Her comments contradict Andoh's claims that they are in a love relationship.
She told the Daily Guide newspaper that when she was employed about four months ago, she was assigned to the office of the fire boss who proposed love to her but she told the man that she had a very serious boyfriend who had promised to marry her and so she would not give in to his advances.
She said anytime she went to the office to clean the place, her boss would try to grab her breasts with the intent to fondle them but anytime he attempted such a move she resisted.
She narrated that Andoh came to her house to wash his clothes.
After she offered him water to wash his clothes he started holding her from behind. When she tried to resist his advances he threatened her with his role in the office.
“I resisted initially and later he threatened me saying “he is the commander and so anything he wants he gets it” and because he said that I got scared he would do something bad to me.”
According to her, she was afraid of losing her job so she decided to give in with a different motive to defend herself.
"I decided to play to his gallery on the bed and I told him I am ready and so he should do whatever he wants to do with me but after romancing with him for three minutes, I grabbed his penis and bit it hard.”
After biting the penis of her boss, she realised he was bleeding and feared he could lose his life. Agya Wusu, therefore, called for help and Ansah Andor was taken to the Dr Kesse Hospital at Techiman for medical attention.
The fire officer was charged with attempted rape while his victim, Ataa Takyi has also been charged with causing harm.
A Techiman Circuit Court presided over by Her Lordship Juan Eyi Kin, however, granted the first accused bail in the sum of GH¢2,000 bail to allow him to recover from the injury he sustained.
He was then asked to reappear before the court on 11th October 2016.
On October 11 when the case was called, the judge adjourned it to October 27, 2016.