Bridget Otoo, A Plus, others join Ghanaians in the #FreeAkuapemPoloo campaign

The news of Akuapem Poloo’s conviction on Wednesday 14, April 2021 has called for a huge social media discussion.

The socialite pleaded guilty to the court after being slapped with three charges, including exposing her son to indecency.

Before her sentencing, she has been directed to undergo a pregnancy test to determine her status before the final action is taken.

Rosemond Brown had shared nude photos with her son on social media to celebrate his birthday.

The likes of former TV3 Presenter, Bridget Otoo, Kwame A-Plus and Vanessa Gyan, the daughter of the late Kiki Gyan are all angry over Poloo’s conviction.

The aforementioned media figures in one accord hold that view that Poloo’s sentence is not necessary.

According to Bridget Otoo, if anyone must be convicted, it should be NAM1 and not Rosemond Brown whose action has not affected anyone.

She described NAM1 as a scammer whose action has killed many people, rendered many jobless, and left many more at the point of suicide.

See her post on social media;

NAM1 is still free and doing Instagram post. A man described by the state as a scammer.

A man whose actions has killed people, rendered thousands jobless and some are at the point of suicide!

He’s free cos he’s connected! #AkuapemPoloo.

Kwame A-Plus in reaction has asked the Ghana Police and other stakeholders to let Akuapem Poloo go and take care of his son.

He said via a post that he totally disagrees with the law. See what he wrote;

Earlier on daughter of Kiki Gyan, member of the defunct Osibisa music band, Vanessa Gyan had voiced out her opinion on why Akuapem Poloo should be set free centering her plea on the fact that the socialite’s action was just a depiction of motherly love and affection for her son.

Meanwhile, there is an ogoing campaign, #FreeAkuapemPoloo on social media and trending number one on Twitter since last night.

Source: Modern Ghana



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