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Akuapem Poloo slapped with 90-day jail term by court

Performer and socialite, Rosemond Brown broadly known as Akuapem Poloo has been hit with a ninety-day jail sentence for posting revolting material by means of online media. 

The pained performer was on Wednesday, April 14 prosecuted by the Accra Circuit Court over a stripped picture she shared by means of electronic media on her kid's birthday. 


Poloo was condemned in the wake of admitting to the charges of bad behavior, oppressive conduct at home, and conveying profane material. 


She was remanded into guardianship to go through a pregnancy test yet it appears to be the test came out negative from this time forward the choice. 


The adjudicator said that she considered her solicitations before giving her the sentence. 


On June 30, 2020, the performer posted an uncovered photo of herself and her kid to check his seventh birthday festivity. 


She got genuine response from general society over the photo, convincing her to apologize in a video. 


Be that as it may, Child Right International Ghana through its boss, Bright Appiah recorded a complaint at the Ghana Police Service to have her investigated and rebuked for posting the photographs. 


The case was suggested the Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit (DOVVSU) and as needs be to court. 


In court, Poloo from the outset contended not culpable yet rather was changed her solicitation to at risk which procured her a conviction. 

#FreeAkuapemPoloo campaign

Following her conviction, an electronic media campaign was sought after by specific hotshots and lay Ghanaians to have her excused. 

Among the hotshots were Sarkodie, Lydia Forson, Kwaw Kesse, DKB and Martha Ankomah, Delay and Bridget Otoo. 


Andy Vortia, Counsel for Akuapem Poloo slid vivaciously on large names pushing the hashtag #FreeAkuapemPoloo campaign through online media. 


According to him, the comments by a segment of the VIPs pushing the mission are ruthless so much that it can go far to impact the sentence of Akuapem Poloo if the named authority winds up seeing or read what the VIPs are saying or creating by means of online media.

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