President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will serve Parliament with an outline of people to be considered as agent serves today The reports imparts that according to the directions of the constitution President Akufo-Addo will pass on the outline of expert ministers for certain charming names including.
According to a prosecutor, actress and social media influencer Akuapem Poloo could face a maximum sentence of three years in jail.On Wednesday, April 14, 2021, the actress was found guilty of posting indecent photos of herself and her son on social media.In an interview with Citi FM, private legal practitioner Bernard Owiredu Donkor revealed that the actress could face a three-year prison sentence.
The Child Protection Agency of Ghana recently held Akuapem poloo accountable sometime ago after she posted a naked picture of herself staring at her son in a photo. This picture immediately sparked reactions from the media around the country and many people were talking about this. The popular actress has come out to plead with Ghanaians to forgive her of her actions. According to a post on peace fm online facebook platform, a lawyer has deduced that if care is not taken, Akuapem Poloo could land in jail for
Akuapem Poloo: Rosemond Brown can serve 3 years in jail, but Ghanaians say the court should free her
Accra Circuit court on Wednesday, convicted her for publishing nude photos of herself and son.According to the court she commit domestic violence against her son which undermine his dignity.But what exactly is she to face in terms of the judgement for her offence which dey fall under misdemeanor?
Private legitimate expert, Bernard Owiredu says the 90-day prison term gave to web-based media sensation, Rosemond Brown, is cruel. He is of the view that Ms. Earthy colored, prevalently known as Akuapem Polo, beside being a first-time guilty party, ought to have been given a more merciful custodial sentence for her seven-year-old child. 'I imprisoned Akuapem Poloo to fill in as exercise to all 'bare adoring' web-based media kill sovereigns' – Judge 'Akuapem Poloo would have gotten a harsher discipline in
Miss Rosemond Brown, popular known on social media and other media platforms across Ghana as Akuapem Poloo has been sentenced to imprisonment for 90 days (which is actually 3 months) following her nude photoshoot with her 7-year-old son somewhere last year on his birthday.According to a private legal practitioner, Lawyer Bernard Owiredu Donkor, the prosecuted is facing the 90 days sentence for flouting the laws of Ghana governing social media platforms and for defending her action towards her own son even when she was clearly wrong.
Rosemond Brown, popularly known as Akuapem Poloo has been sentenced to 90 days imprisonment following her charge of domestic violence against her son as explained by the court.The Accra circuit court today, on Friday 16/04/21 following her nude photo she released with her son.According to the court, her action is against her son.
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An Accra Circuit court has convicted Akuapem Poloo in trial over a nude photo she has taken with her 7-year-old son and shared it online, and tomorrow, the pregnancy test will be carried out, before real sentencing is dispensed and according to a lawyer, the Ghanaian actress and social media sensation, Rosemond Brown, popularly known as Akuapem Poloo could be jailed for a maximum of three years when the Accra Circuit Court sits tomorrow, Friday.
The National Drivers Association of Ghana says transport fares will be increased on Monday, February 22, 2021, due to the rapid increment of DVLA 15 % taxes increment and 40% increment of pare parts. Transport fares to be increased by 10% on Mondaypassengers at bus terminal. The National Drivers Association of Ghana has announced to its cherished clients that, there will be a 10% increment on transport fares effective, Monday, February 22, 2021. In a press statement signed and