Willy Amadi: Imo Public Complaint Commission Boss mired in sex tape scandal (Video)

Willy Amadi: Imo Public Complaint Commission Boss mired in sex tape scandal (Video)

Willy Amadi, a lawyer, and Federal Commissioner, Imo State Office of the Public Complaint Commission, was seen in the 12-second sex tape which captured his image and those of the girls, in an amorous sex position.

The leaked video, that initially made the rounds on WhatsApp, depicted Willy Amadi with the anonymous girls who were in an amorous sex position.

However, a search carried out by 1st News shows that YouTube has removed the video for having violated “YouTube’s Terms of Service.”

The video appears to have been made by Willy Amadi himself while two girls were seen in the background making out on a bed.

Meanwhile, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has appealed to the Federal Government not to further postpone school resumption initially slated for Jan. 18 due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases.

The National President of the NANS, Mr Sunday Asefon, made the appeal in a statement in Abuja on Tuesday, January 12.

On Monday, the Federal Government said that the initial directive of school resumption on Jan. 18, would be subjected; to another review considering an upsurge in the number of coronavirus cases.

Asefon said that instead of rescheduling the resumption date, the government should create a regulated environment; that would help raise consciousness and compliance with COVID-19 rules.

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He also said that the association was working toward supporting the government in the pandemic fight; by prevailing on students union bodies to set up Students Task Force Against COVID-19 in every school.

“We commend the consistent efforts of the Federal Government in galvanising the entire country; to respond to the coronavirus pandemic and in doing everything to access vaccines for Nigerians.

“Rather than postpone schools’ resumption, it has become imperative to address the alarming spread of COVID-19; and rising cases of deaths from a position of environmental strategy and human coordination.

“This is because the lockdown mechanism can no longer be a mitigating option in the face of our economic reality.

“Therefore, and at this juncture, the Federal Government must quickly come to a place of understanding; that majority of Nigerians are living in unorganised environments; and structures that are not helping to curb the spread of the virus,” he said.


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