Ghanaian entertainer, Akuapem Poloo has been sentenced.

Ghanaian entertainer, Rosemond Brown a.k.a Akuapem Poloo has been sentenced over the publication of her nude photographs with her 7-year-old child.

The Ghanaian entertainer, Akuapem poloo who had posted her nude pictures with her child via web-based media on June 30, 2020 has been convicted.

Was charged on three tally of distribution of vulgar materials, taking part in abusive behavior at home, a lead that in any capacity subverts someone else's protection or uprightness. 

Akuapem poloo pleaded "not guilty" when was first summoned but rather transformed it "liable" when rearraigned on Wednesday April 14. She was then sentenced by Her Honor, Christiana Cann of Accra Circuit Court on her own request. 

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EIB Network's Court Correspondent, Murtala Inusah announced that the court has conceded her condemning to Friday April 16 for her to go through a pregnancy test in consistence with the law in regards to a lady who has confessed in court. 

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Choi! Youngster Rights International petitions Ghana Police to investigate entertainer Akuapem Poloo's bare photograph with her child 

Youngster Rights International has appealed to the Inspector-General of Police in Ghana to explore entertaineruapem Poloo over her naked photograph with her seven-year-old child, which has since turned into a web sensation via web-based media. 

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On Tuesday, June 30, the entertainer went totally bare in a photoshoot with her child to praise him on his seventh birthday celebration. She said she chose to go bare before her child who was uniquely in his clothing since she brought forth him stripped. 

Akuapem Poloo has since apologized in the wake of confronting online media backfire. 

However, in a proclamation by Child Rights International, the non-administrative association considered her go about as a 'infringement of the government assistance guideline of the Children's Act and maltreatment of the kid's entitlement to protection and respect.' 

The association likewise asked that the Inspector-General of Police in Ghana research the entertainer over the bare photograph with her child.

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