Akuapem Poloo: Actress Reveals Bright Appiah Wanted to be Signatory to her son’s Account

Akuapem Poloo: Actress Reveals Bright Appiah Wanted to be Signatory to her son’s Account

- Actress Akuapem Poloo has said Child Rights International director, Bright Appiah, wanted to be a signatory to her son’s account

- Appiah had earlier claimed that Akuapem Poloo could not raise an amount of GHC20,000 for her case to be dropped when she was asked to

- She has shared a different story about how Appiah wanted to manage her son’s account but she refused

- Poloo was sentenced to 90 days in jail for sharing a nude photo with her seven-year old son

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Akuapem Poloo, also called Rosemond Brown, has revealed that Bright Appiah wanted to be a signatory to her son’s account.

According to her, Appiah instructed her to open an account for her seven-year-old son for him to be a signatory.

She said she refused to do so because Appiah does not have the right as a stranger to the family.

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Akuapem Poloo: Actress Reveals Bright Appiah Wanted to be Signatory to his son’s Account
A collage of Akuapem Poloo and Bright Appiah. Photo credit: @akuapem_poloo/Instagram. UGC
Source: UGC

Poloo’s claims are in sharp contrast with what Appiah said earlier that he asked her to bring an amount of 20,000 cedis for her court case to be dropped.

This was revealed by a member of her management team, Major Vines, who reportedly spoke in an interview with YFM, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrites.com.

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 start an investment 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.

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.

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

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