Video: ‘I’m sorry’ – Akuapem Poloo speaks after release

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Ghanaian actress, Rosemond Alade Brown, popularly known as Akuapem Poloo has spoken for the first time after her release from prison.

The actress who was sentenced to 90 days imprisonment was freed after she met her bail conditions on Friday.

Following her release, Ms Brown has addressed the public through the media.

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“Am sorry I want to put myself in shape and address who I want to address,” she said.

On Friday, Akuapem Poloo regained her freedom, at least temporarily, after she fully satisfied the bail conditions as set out by the criminal division of the Accra High court.

According to her Lawyer, Andrew Vortia, his client has grown slim and pale and has been in very low spirit having spent at least two days in jail after she was convicted by the Accra Circuit Court.

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