Actress, Tonto Dikeh has taken to social media to name on Nigerians to signal a petition to launch jailed Ghanaian actress, Rosemond Brown, popularly referred to as Akuapem Poloo.
Akuapem Poloo, was on Friday April sixteenth, sentenced to 90 days imprisonment for a nude picture she shared, posed along with her son.
Final yr, the Ghanaian actress shared a photograph of herself, posed bare and squatting in entrance of her son, who was additionally half-naked, as a photograph shoot to have fun the boy’s birthday.
The picture didn’t sit properly with Ghanaians they usually dragged the actress over it. Some individuals even referred to as for the legislation to take care of her as they deemed it inappropriate to contain a toddler.
The Little one Proper group in Ghana, due to this fact, took on the difficulty and took it to court docket final yr and he or she was handed the sentence after pleading responsible to her expenses.
Many individuals, nevertheless, imagine that, although the picture was inappropriate, the punishment doesn’t match the crime and have since began signing a petition to get the sentence reversed.
Tonto Dikeh, has additionally added her voice to the decision to get Akuapem Poloo out of jail and has referred to as on her followers and Nigerians to signal the petition and assist the trigger.
Discover her submit under…
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