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Akuapem Poloo Now an Ambasador For ‘Stop Nudity’ Campaign After Bail

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Actress Rosemond Alade Brown also known as Akuapem Poloo has expressed regret about her actions that led her to being sentenced to 90 days in jail.

Speaking for the first time since she was granted bail, she declared her intentions to embark on a stop nudity campaign to advise others against posting nude pictures and related materials online.

She took the opportunity to thank the nation for the support she received since her jail sentence was pronounced.

“God bless everyone for the support. I didn’t know that taking pictures with my son in that manner could send me to jail or put me in a big trouble.

“I didn’t know it was not a good thing. Whatever it is, forgive me and have mercy on me. I didn’t do that intentionally. I’m your kid sister, I’m your child, I’m your daughter. Please forgive me,” she said.

The social media sensation was sentenced after posting nude pictures with her son on social media but has been granted bail by the criminal division of the Accra High Court pending an appeal of her sentencing.

Akuapem Poloo added that she did not expect to be sentenced to 90 days in jail because she did not even know that her actions were frowned upon by the laws of Ghana.

“I want to say this to my colleague and the young ones coming that it not a good act [to post nude pictures on social media]. I didn’t know and I did it and this is what I got myself into, especially the nudity, er should put a stop to it.

“Nudity is not good at all. In Ghana we have our norms and our culture, my colleagues should understand and put a stop to it,” she stressed.

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