Kennedy Agyapong says Akuapem Poloo should have been jailed for 1 year

Kennedy Agyapong says Akuapem Poloo should have been jailed for 1 year

- Kennedy Agyapong has added his voice to talks about Akuapem Poloo's jail sentence

- According to him, Akuapem Poloo should have been sentenced to 1 year

- He said the 90 days sentence was not harsh as claimed by some celebrities

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Maverick Ghanaian politician, Kennedy Agyapong, has shown no mercy to Akuapem Poloo.

The Assin Central MP has kicked against claims that Akuapem Poloo's 3 months sentence was too harsh.

The controversial lawmaker said the actress should have even gotten a year of jail time.

Kennedy Agyapong says Akuapem Poloo should have been jailed for 1 year
Kennedy Agyapong says Akuapem Poloo should have been jailed for 1 year (Photo credit: Instagram/Akuapem Poloo)
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Agyapong was reacting to those drawing politicians into the matter.

In a NET2 TV video seen by YEN.com.gh, Agyapong said the mentality some Ghanaians are expressing over the sentence is the reason why Ghana is not developing.

"People easily criticize politicians but they don't want us to criticize any other profession", the MP said.

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"It should serve as a deterrent, you're naked on social media, she is cheap. You can bathe with your child that's fine but to bring it to social media and you say what? There are copy cats who follow this so it should serve as a deterrent," Agyapong added.

He continued that "I don't have a problem if you are a celebrity but they should be some decorum. The most annoying part is that her child is not a girl in this situation and you got a problem they gave her 90 days, she should have been given 1 year."

Meanwhile, Andrew Kudzo Vortia, the lawyer for embattled actress Akuapem Poloo has said that her seven-year-old son, Chief, is currently living with him in one of his homes.

In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on myjoyonline, Lawyer Andrew Kudzo Vortia, revealed that he offered to take care of the boy while his mother serves her 90-day prison sentence.

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He went on to explain that he believed he had better facilities to take care of the young boy while his mother did her time behind bars.

“I took him to my outside residence, I have a house that hosts about five orphans and so they are playing around my compound,” he revealed.

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