- DKB says Child Rights International is the cause of Akuapem Poloo's problems with the police
- His statement follows the conviction of Poloo on the charges of publishing obscene material
- She will be officially sentenced on Friday, April 16
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Ghanaian comedian, DKB, born Derick Kobina Bonney is accusing managers of Child Rights International Ghana of being the cause of the current woes of Ghanaian actress, Akuapem Poloo, known in real life as Rosemond Brown.
On Wednesday, April 14, Poloo was convicted by an Accra circuit court after she pleaded guilty to the charges of publishing obscene material with two counts of domestic violence over posting a nude photo of her son in 2020.
She will be officially sentenced on Friday, April 16, 2021.
She explained the idea behind the photoshoot saying that she gave birth to her son while not wearing any clothes, therefore, she decided to remind him of what she went through to birth him.
This got a lot of people, both individuals, and groups calling for the head of Rosemond Brown over her act.
Poloo deleted the post after she was severely criticised. She later recorded another video with her son to apologise to Ghanaians for the photo.
Bright Appiah, Executive Director of the non-governmental organization, Child Rights International, reported the actress to the police posting a nude photo of herself and her son on Instagram last year.
Following the news about the conviction, an angry DKB shared his opinion about the issue on Instagram by blasting executives of Child Rights International, Ghana.
"Yes, you've caused her public ridicule. Enough, it's ok. You say you are for children, protecting children, that she traumatized the child by taking a naked picture with him so the court should deal with her, fine," said DKB.
"Now you are sending the mother jail. Do you know how much trauma this little boy has to deal with, knowing that your mother is a prisoner, even adults can't deal with that ... is that how to protect children?" DKB quizzed in a video he posted online.
Watch DKB below.
In other news about Akuapem Poloo, multiple award-winning Ghanaian songstress, Efya, known in real life as Jane Awindor has called on authorities to free actress Rosemond Alade Brown famed as Akuapem Poloo.
In a Twitter post, the singer shared the hashtag #FreeAkuapemPoloo in solidarity and support of an industry sister.
Efya's reaction and support follow reports that Akuapem Poloo has been found guilty and has been convicted pending sentencing after she posted a birthday suit photo with her young son.
According to GHOne TV's Serwaa Amihere, Poloo pleaded guilty to three charges which were brought against her.
Before her sentencing, she has been directed to undergo a pregnancy test to determine her status before the final decision is made.
This comes after Rosemond Brown shared birthday suit-themed photos with her son on social media to celebrate his birthday.
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