“Akuapem Poloo’s Prison Case Alerted Me That Posting Nud!ty Was A Crime In Ghana”-Christiana Awuni Says


Veteran Ghanaian entertainer, Christiana Awuni has uncovered that she had no clue about that the constitution of Ghana dislikes the openness of nakedness via social media until Akuapem Poloo was condemned for it.

Akuapem Poloo went through the most noticeably terrible minutes in her day to day existence after she was sentenced by the court for posting her n@ked photo via online media alongside her child.

She was dealing with three indictments to be specific, the distribution of disgusting materials, abusive behavior at home which subverts the uprightness of her child, and degrading his poise too.

She was condemned to 90 days detainment by the court which numerous Ghanaians went against and argued for an indulgent discipline since she is a first-time guilty party.

Her legal counselor, Andrew Kudzo Vortia documented an allure, portraying the entertainer’s sentence as an unforgiving one, arguing for an indulgent one to be dispensed to her.

In response to that, Christiana Awuni said Akuapem Poloo’s sentence caused her to understand that the posting of nakedness via web-based media was a wrongdoing.

She likewise added that Akuapem Poloo’s 90-days prison sentence came as a complete stun to her on the grounds that to her turning out badly however not a wrongdoing that ought to pull in such discipline.

Talking with Zionfelix on the ‘uncut show’, Christiana Awuni said she generally thought one has the privilege to do whatever he/she needs with their bodies remembering posting for web-based media until Akuapem Poloo was condemned, really at that time she understood that the traditions that must be adhered to dislikes the such demonstrations.

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