Popular Ghanaian actress, Akuapem Poloo was convicted yesterday by the Accra Circuit Court over her nvde pictures with her son.
The Instagram model on her son’s seventh birthday posted some naked photos in June last year, which caused an uproar amongst a section of Ghanaians.
After months of court proceedings, she has been remanded into custody to undergo a pregnancy test before her sentencing.
Finally on Wednesday, the award-winning actress pleaded guilty to all three charges and was convicted on her own plea by the court presided over by Christina Cann.
Meanwhile, Ghanaians on twitter have thrown a massive support for the mother of one following her court remand with a hastag #FreeAkuapemPoloo and it has topped twitter trends today in Ghana.
See some of the reactions from twitter users below
— Nana Ekua Phyllis 🎶🎵🎧🎚️ (@Tytus360) April 15, 2021
I think there were times her lawyer did not show up probably due to finances. Where were hashtagfo?
The fury at Akuapem Poolo including same 'hashtaggers' made Akuapem chiefs angry. Gather money & find a good lawyer for her. Hashtags don't win court cases. #FreeAkuapemPoloo pic.twitter.com/bxYYqR1cLr
— Gate watcher 🕯 🇬🇭 (Crowd following= mistakes) (@DarlingKof1) April 15, 2021
Let the girl go. Nam 1 is going about free. Hawa Koomson is going about free. Other corrupt government appointees are going about free, regardless of all the wicked crimes they have committed against Ghana. Akuapem Poloo don't deserve this.#FreeAkuapemPoloo pic.twitter.com/4yJHROGmy4
— 𝕮𝖍𝖗𝖎𝖘 (@analimbeychris) April 15, 2021
— Scotbwoy 94 (@Scotboy94) April 15, 2021
— Volta youth (@YouthAllianceM2) April 15, 2021
Ghana de3 nkwasias3m sei aaa … Why say Twene Jonas no go talk we shit anytime 😂😂 #FreeAkuapemPoloo
— 1957s Marvin Gaye (@JollofMuJetLi) April 15, 2021
— Day&Night Out (@jderobie) April 15, 2021
If I were to be Akuapem poloo I would have cursed the circuit Court…. nkwasiasem people who stole ballot papers at parliament kraa were freed… Akuapem poloo still the Lord is your sheepherd🙏🙏#FreeAkuapemPoloo
— Akosuah Bhabs (@AkosuahBhabs) April 15, 2021
It’s so lame to compare Akuapem Poloo’s case with others! It’s the law and the fact that they’ve not yet persecuted some people doesn’t guarantee us to go against the law. Same people who complain that the system isn’t working and if it is working too wahala #FreeAkuapemPoloo
— Josh (@Josh__kay) April 15, 2021
Make I go watch akuapem poloo ein ig videos for the last before she go delete them 🤧#FreeAkuapemPoloo
— kwame Shelta (@KShelta) April 15, 2021