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"Taking Nude Pictures Is Not Good, Let's Put A Stop To It" - Akuapem Poloo To Nudists

Social Media Influencer, Rosemond Brown known in showbiz as Akuapem Poloo has appealed to fellow nudists to desists from taking nude pictures to avoid landing into trouble.

According to her, taking nude pictures is not good.

Addressing the media on Saturday,, she said "I am pleading with fellow nudists to stop because it is not good. They should stop it"

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She admitted that she did what she did out of ignorance adding that she has learned her lessons.

The Social Media Influencer who was recently released from jail also noted that being behind bars was not an easy experience stressing that it has taught her lots of things.

"I didn’t know that taking a photo with my son in that manner would put me in trouble. I didn’t know it wasn’t a good thing. Please have mercy on me and forgive me. I didn’t do that intentionally. I want to urge my colleagues and young people too to desist from such an act, especially all forms of nudity. We need to put a stop to it. It is not good,” she said.

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She thanked President Akufo-Addo, the Attorney General, her management, supporters, and the media for their support.

In other developments, Comedian DKB on an Accra-based television station said "The Attorney General really worked behind closed doors because it felt some compassion for her"

He added that although the attorney General was dealing with the case, it later tempered justice with mercy on Akuapem Poloo.

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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith