According to Mr Bright Appiah, the Child Rights International is going to arrest parents especially celebrities who are using their children for commercial advertisment on TV, social media and other platforms.
He explained that, it is called child exploitation. He told Kwame Nkrumah Tikese on okay FM that, the children are innocent and that is why their parents must be arrested to answer questions.
In the interview, he added that children can't decide for themselves. If a celebrity or parent uses that to exploit the child for financial gains, they need to be arrested to protect the child.
"Very soon, they’ll hear from us on some actions that we’re going to take with respect to how people are engaging their children on social media for commercial purposes, for advertisement, for all kinds of things.”
“It will be in their best interest to pull those things down otherwise there is an action that will follow very soon. We won't hesitate to arrest and trial them all” He said on okay FM.
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