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“A Ghanaian will go any extent to bring a fellow Ghanaian down” – DKB fires Child Right International for sentencing Akuapem Poloo

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Well known Ghanaian comedian, Derrick Kobina Bonney famously called DKB has poured out his anger after the turn of events in Akuapem Poloo’s court case over the indiscreet exposure of her son’s nakedness on Instagram when he was celebrating his 7th birthday.

On Wednesday, 14th April, 2021, the Accra circuit court led over by Justice Christina Cann sentenced Akuapem Poloo and remanded her into prison ward after she pleaded guilty to all 3 charges. She waits for her very last judgement on Friday, 16th April 2021.

In the stir of this issue, DKB has gone all out to reveal his vexation about how a few Ghanaians will go to any extent to bring a fellow Ghanaian down.

He couldn’t understand how a child right protection organisation will be protecting a child when that child has his mom in jail, as reported by him the action by those so-called child rights organisation is rather traumatising the kid after they call on the court to send the mother to prison.

A wild yet humorous DKB asked whether the child order them to fight on his defense and further went on to state that what happiness would they get from taking a mother away from a child and totaled it up by saying there are worse people with blood on their hands who should be jailed.

He however begged Ghanaians to join hands with the #MercyforAkuapemPoloo so the court will temper justice with mercy by at least coming up with a tolerant sentence such as; fine or giving out a community service punishment to the video vixen to serve as a check to others going forward.

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Source:1familyradio.com

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