Akuapem Poloo is known for her funny antics in the showbiz business, Poloo appeared in court on Wednesday and was hit with multiple charges which she pleaded guilty. As it stands now the Accra circuit court has sentenced the popular actress to serve in jail but would have to undergo a pregnancy test scheduled for Friday.
The news got Ghanaians talking and fans took to Twitter to deliberate on the case, many believe the court's ruling was harsh on the actress and thus a fine or community service would've been justifiable. Akuapem poloo's case became the most talked about thus, topping Twitter trends. Ghanaians on Twitter have started pleading mercy for the actress and the #freeakuapempoloo is trending on the Twitter platform.
Many believe it would be unfair to separate a mother from her only son but a fine or any form of punishment from the court rather than to serve in jail would've been ok however, others are using the case as a means to criticize the judiciary system of the country and the Government. #freeakuapempoloo is trending and Ghanaians are voicing out, check out how tweeps are reacting and pleading mercy for the actress.
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