As a reminder, An Accra High Court earlier today Wednesday 21st April, 2021 granted convicted actress Akuapem Poloo ¢80,000 bail. The court granted her bail with two sureties to be justified.
As part of her bail condition, the social media sensation born Rosemond Brown has to report to the case investigator every two weeks.
She is also supposed to deposit her passport with the registrar of the court.
The same time that the fans of Akuapem Poloo were excited, fans of Nana Agraadaa were also being worried.
Popular Ghanaian fetish priestess, Nana Agradaa had been nabbed by the Ghana Police and her two television stations Thunder TV and Ice 1 TV also shut down by state security with equipment and other assets seized.
Ghanaians after hearing this described the incidents as Akuapem Poloo in, Nana Agraadaa out. Meaning that the same time that Akuapem Poloo had been granted a bail, Nana Agraadaa was going to prison.
The picture that describes the incidents pups up online.
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