Akuapem Poloo break in tears discussing harm from industry people (WATCH)
Ghanaian entertainer Akuapem Poloo has said she was attacked by industry people when she handled a VIP show in Nigeria.
According to her, some industry players remained against her when she handled the arrangement and ensured she finished in prison.
“The legal dispute ran over when I began the show in Nigeria,” she disclosed to Neat FM.
“When I began broadcasting the show via online media, the legal dispute terminated yet God is great.”She said regardless of her issue, the coordinators of the show have been behind her and have required the show to be postponed until she is free.
“The coordinators of the show came in to help. What’s more, regardless, they have required the show to be postponed, and will require the show to be postponed until I’m free,” she said while destroying.
In April this year, the Criminal Court of the Accra High Court conceded Akuapem Poloo bail forthcoming an allure subsequent to being held in remaining in a correctional facility for quite a long time for presenting bare with her child on his birthday.
Notwithstanding, her legal advisor Andrews Kudzo Vortia on Monday, April 19, 2021, recorded a notification of allure and application for bail against the entertainer’s custodial sentence simultaneously.
The court has conceded her the bail while a date for the consultation for the enticement for upset the sentence will be set.Akuapem Poloo was captured and summoned under the steady gaze of the Circuit Court, Accra on three (3) checks of offenses identifying with foulness as opposed to area 280 of Act 29/60 and Domestic Violence opposite of segment 1(d) (iii) and (iv) and 3(2) of Act 732.
She was condemned to 90 days in jail on every one of the three charges in the wake of conceding to them, yet the court said, the sentences are to run simultaneously.
Nonetheless, not happy with the conviction, the convict/litigant has recorded a notification of allure at the High court for assurance.
The legal advisor said the condemning was cruel and the non-custodial sentence would have been ideal.
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