Jail sentence won't transform Akuapem Poloo - Counsellor Lutterodt

Jail sentence won't transform Akuapem Poloo - Counsellor Lutterodt

- Counsellor Lutterodt has said Akuapem Poloo won't change her dressing style and behaviour in spite of the recent 90-day jail sentence

- Poloo was sentenced after she pleaded guilty to publishing obscene material in 2020

- Lutterodt believes that only marriage can change the actress

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Controversial marriage counsellor, George Lutterodt, says actress and socialite, Akuapem Poloo won't change her dressing style and behaviour because of the recent 90-day jail sentence.

On Friday, April 16, 2021, Poloo, born Rosemond Brown was sentenced to a 90-day jail term after she pleaded guilty to charges of publishing obscene material with two counts of domestic violence over posting a nude photo of her son in 2020.

Counsellor Lutterodt says Akuapem Poloo's dressing and behaviour won't change because of her jail term
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However, speaking during an interview on Neat FM, Lutterodt claimed the recent situation Poloo finds herself in won't in any way change who she is.

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"That's how she takes care of herself financially so there's no way she would change. The only way she would change is when she gets married," asserted Lutterodt.

In other news, the now-popular Executive Director of Child Rights International (CRI), Bright Appiah has jabbed his outfit's critics and said that they do a lot to alleviate people's suffering.

Mr Bright Appiah, while granting a one-on-one interview with Ghanaian blogger, Zionfelix, indicated that CRI was doing a lot for the less-privileged, especially kids.

He said his outfit was into child rights protection and has worked on many cases to protect children from being exposed to any form of harm.

He also indicated that they had a scholarship scheme that saw to it that many children explored their right to education to the fullest.

Bright Appiah went on to say that it was against their nature to make noise about all the interventions they have done.

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He said it was the basic responsibility of Child Rights International to provide care for the vulnerable in society. According to him, his intervention has got many parents to open investment accounts for their kids which they would hand over to the kids when they turn 18 years.

He added that they did not make their cases public because of how delicate the issues are and the fact that they want to protect the identity and integrity of those involved.

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