Sarkodie, a Ghanaian rapper, has responded to the Akuapem Poloo conviction saga, which has been a topic of discussion on social media since yesterday.
Following the news that Rosemond Brown aka Akuapwem Poloo had been arrested and was on the verge of being sentenced to jail for indecent exposure, social media users have expressed outraged, citing many reasons to support their allegations.
Bridget Otoo, a broadcaster, raged that NAM1 should be locked up in every decent country where rules and regulations are followed, and that he should be compelled to refund all of the money he took from innocent consumers.
Bridget Otoo believes that the haste and pace with which Akuapem Poloo’s case was handled, despite the fact that she had not caused any damage, should have been applied to the NAM1 case, particularly given the seriousness of the two cases and the damages involved.
Sarkodie, in a tweet in response to the Akuapem Poloo conviction saga, apologized on behalf of the video vixen and pleaded with the law to pardon her on the grounds that it was a mistake.
In the tweet, he wrote; “I think it’s a little harsh to separate a child from the mum just because of pictures taken … would want to plead with the law to pardon our sister Folded hands #FreeAkuapemPoloo”