Akuapem Poloo, Ghana's self acclaimed celebrity who was convicted on her own plea by an Accra circuit court for going n*ked on social media. She was sentenced to 90 days in prison but luck has found her on this day 21 of April, 2021 where she has been granted bail filed by her lawyer.
Her appeal was pushed by concerns raised by Ghanaians in relations to her status as a single mother. Some personalities including Ghana rap doctor, Okyeame Kwame, developed a signature file that went round seeking Ghanaians to vote for her released from prison.
In other news, Thunder TV owner, and renowned Fetish priestess Patience Asiedua popularly known as Nana Agradaa has been arrested by the Ghana Police Service for illegally operating without an approved licence by NCA at Kasoa in the central Region.
Now, between Akuap Poloo and Nana Agradaa, who should be jailed?
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