Ghanaian actress Rosemond Brown, made headlines in Ghana last week after she got hit with a 90 day jail term at the Accra circuit court, for posting obscene pictures with her son on her page on instagram. Rosemond Brown who is popularly known as Akuapim Polo dropped a nude photo of herself together with her son in June last year, when she was celebrating her son's birthday.
The Child Rights international Ghana found her demeanor corporable and called for her arrest. Her arrest courted public sympathy with a number of revered personalities adding their voices to the case, imploring the court to pardon the young actress.
After getting hit with a jail term, the actress and her lawyer, Andrew Vortia filed an appeal against the jail term and were granted Ghs80,000 bail on wednesday with two sureties. Thus, she has to report to her case investigator every two weeks and also present her passport to the registrar of the court.
The bail was well received by most Ghanaians, following the recent unceasing talks about who was going to take care of her 7 year old son during her 90 days in jail. Other reports surfaced that, the child's biological father is still around and can provide shelter for the boy. However, the bail grant means she can reunite with her son soon.
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