Nigerians have shown their love and appreciation for Rosemond Brown.
Some Nigerian celebrities have taken to social media to show their love to the social media personality and actress, Akuapem Poloo by composing a song for her after she was bailed from jail on Wednesday April 21.
The song which is titled; “Akuapem Poloo the Lord is able” was composed to show their support after she was jailed for posting naked pictures of herself and her son on social media and has received bill. They believe the Lord was and has being able to deliver Poloo from jail.
Rosemond Brown was bailed today after her lawyer had filed and earlier appeal to the High Court on Tuesday April 20. The court then scheduled the case to Wednesday April 21 for sitting.
After the sitting, the court gave a conditional bail to the accused and was asked to pay an amount of GH¢80,000.
Here are the conditions that was attached to the bail;
1. Firstly, she was granted the bail in the sum of GHS80,000 with two garrantors.
2. Secondly, she is to report to the case investigator(Criminal Court one) every two weeks.
3. Thirdly she is to deposit her passport with the registrar of the court.
Below are some reactions from fans;
Watch video here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CN7pZ9hiTW9/?igshid=1ruc1qm8fwkn1
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