Ghanaian Actress Rosemond Brown popularly known as Akuapem Poloo was released from prison after paying a GH12,000 court fee. 

According to a receipt that has appeared online, the Ghanaian actress paid the cash to the Judicial Service of Ghana on Thursday, December 16th, 2021. As a substitute for her 90-day prison sentence, she will pay a fee of 1000 penalty units, or GHc12, 000. 

Akuapem Poloo’s payment receipt of the 12k charge

As a result, the mother of one now imprisoned in Nsawam Prison is expected to be released today, December 17, 2021.

The payment was made by the actress’s lawyers, led by Andrew Kudzo Vortia, according to EIB correspondents. 

Akuapem Poloo’s legal counsel appealed the High Court’s decision of her appeal regarding her 90-day sentence for indecent exposure involving her son on social media on Monday, December 6. 

Akuapem Poloo bags new Ambassadorial deal with Itel Ghana after released from Prison

Meanwhile, after being released from police prison today following her GHc12,000 charge, the Polo signed a new deal with itel ghana which also happens to be their brand ambassador. 

She shared a video on Instagram to promote her new partnership, in which she was seen excitedly campaigning for itel and pushing people to buy their products.

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Rosemond Alade Brown (@akuapem_poloo)

She also thanked Ghanaians who stood behind her with prayers to regain her freedom during the 90 days in prison. She writes:

Thank you all, God richly bless each and everyone of you , your girl is out “

SOURCE: hellovybes

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