I asked Poloo to bring GHC200k so that we resolve the issue but she could not - Bright Appiah reveals

I asked Poloo to bring GHC200k so that we resolve the issue but she could not - Bright Appiah reveals

- Bright Appiah has indicated that he asked Akuapem Poloo to cough up some money

- According to him, the money was going to be used to open an investment account for Poloo's son

- Akuapem Poloo was granted bail today, April 21, 2021, following an appeal from her lawyer

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The executive director of Child Rights International (CRI), Bright Appiah, has said in a video that he demanded GHC200k from Akuapem Poloo to take her case from court.

While speaking in an interview with Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, the CRI boss indicated that he requested Akuapem Poloo to cough up GHC200,000 to his outfit to be used to start an investment account for her son.

According to Bright Appiah, Akuapem Poloo's lawyers asked to discuss the matter with his client but upon return, said the actress could not even raise GHC10,000.

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I asked Poloo to bring GHC200k so we resolve the issue but she didn't - Bright Appiah reveals
I asked Poloo to bring GHC200k so we resolve the issue but she didn't - Bright Appiah reveals
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The CRI boss said his main concern in the whole case was the welfare of Poloo's son, Chief, so he wanted him to have a solid future.

He said he gave the actress the condition of investing the GHC200k for Chief and hand it over to him when he turns 18 years old.

However, Poloo was not able to come up with the cash and it left him no choice but to allow the case to continue in court.

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Bright Appiah said if Poloo was able to fulfil his request, the case would have been withdrawn from court.

Meanwhile, the Executive Director of Child Rights International (CRI), Bright Appiah has opened up about his outfit's next line of actions following Akuapem Poloo's case.

While speaking in an interview with Kwame Nkrumah Tikese on Okay FM, Bright Appiah indicated that they were turning their sights on people using their kids for commercial purposes.

According to him, people who were using their children for adverts to amass wealth to themselves were going against the law.

Source: Yen

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