The case has been sent to court in Cape Coast, and currently, all the three suspects have been granted bail,” a spokesperson for the Central Region Police Command, DSP Irene Oppong is reported to have said.

Speaking to Joy News Ernest Kojo Manu, at the launch of a workshop for heads of the security agencies on the draft Cyber Security Bill on Friday, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful who expressed shock at the incident, described the circulation of the video as “unacceptable”, “wrong” and “illegal”.

“You can’t do that…If you do receive data or images or posts which are of a pornographic nature involving children, don’t share it delete it from your device…so that we will protect the images of our children who are caught in these kinds of scenarios,” she advised.

The Cyber Security Bill, she said when passed into law, “will deal with whoever is caught in a harsh manner.”

She said, her Ministry will soon roll out a series of public education activities on the new law to sensitise the public on such incidents prior to its enforcement.