The child rights organisation is a historic organisation that came into existence in 1997.It was solely created to help children who suffered all sorts of abuse in the country.The organization has been able to keep to its promises and continue to excel in its field of work
However the organisation revealed a controversial statment about the Akuapem Poloo case.According to them, their director Bright Appiah never instructed actress Akuame Poloo to pay the 200000 Ghana cedis.They also stated that Poloo rather opted to pay for the huge amount of money just to suppress her case with her son
Most people who chanced on this story claimed that Poloo was always at the centre of huge scandals because she barely spoke the truth.Others said Poloo damaged the reputation of Mr. Bright and he in particular should have sued the single mother
Others said Akuapem Poloo should render an official apology to Bright and the entire Child's Rights Team to save her from future punishments later.
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