Hot Video: ‘Dr. Kwaku Oteng Had Sekz With All The ‘Adonko Girls’ Except Me

Loudmouthed radio personality Regina Adu Safowaa has disclosed that one of Ghana’s richest men, Dr. Kwaku Oteng slept with all the girls who shot the popular Adonko Bitters TV commercials except her. 

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Making the wild allegation on Kingdom FM with Fiifi Praat, Safowaa who probably has a personal vendetta against the man she fondly referred to as her godfather in the past, said Dr. Kwaku Oteng has his way of sleeping with women and that’s what he did to all the ladies of Adonko Bitters.

At a point, even Fiifi was shocked about some of her revelations and if you watch the video carefully you could tell Fiifi regrets inviting her into the studio for an interview session in the first place.

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