Ghanaian celebrities who are known for posting nude pictures on Instagram have quickly advice themselves and deleted all their nude photos. Following Akuapem Poloo's sentence by court for posting nude photo in front of her seven- year- old son.
Human rights advocate and journalist, Chris- Vincent Agyapong has asserted that, "probably we need a special police and prosecuting team combining through the Ghana social media landscape each day to prosecute those who engage in indecent exposure".
He made this assertions in a Facebook post reacting to celebrities known for posting indecent pictures on various social media platforms.
The post of the prominent journalist saw a fan condemning his post said, "if that happens, we those who like free shows will sufer". Become such photographs also entertain other people.
Many Ghanaians are of the view that common sense is awakening people are now quickly deleting and this will help curb people who engage in indecent exposure on social media.
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