The case of Akuapem Poloo has been trending for weeks after she convicted and sentenced by the Accra Circuit Court for the publication of her nude photo with her seven years old son.
Yesterday, the news was reported by the media agencies that, she has been granted bail pending an appeal to the High Court. Since the time, the issue became serious, Valentina Agyiewaa is popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger, was one of the celebrities, who seem not worried about her.
This morning, Afia Schwar has posted a video on her Instagram, where she said that Akuapem Poloo doesn't respect that is why most people did not try to help her. And she doesn't understand the reasons why Bright Appiah will ask Poloo to pay 200,000 to her son as compensation.
She went on to say that, Poloo will not be able to pay such an amount and she thinks child rights should locate her mother because she owes her 7 billion because of the beatings, she received when she was a child.
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