McBrown Could’ve Been Jailed For Publicly Kissing Her Daughter – Former Gender Minister Rachel Appoh (Watch Video)

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Former deputy minister for Gender, Rachel Appoh has indicated that actress and TV show host Nana Ama McBrown could have been thrown in jail for kissing her daughter in public.

While speaking in an exclusive interview with Zionfelix on Zionfelix Uncut, Madam Appoh indicated that what McBrown did was frowned upon in the law and it could have led to a legal issue.

Rachel Appoh added that people should not be deceived into thinking that the laws of Ghana do not exist or work because once a report is filed, it changes everything.

She added that Nana Ama McBrown was left off the hook because no one saw it fit to report the actress to the police.

Rachel Appoh was reacting to Akuapem Poloo’s incident that has landed her in jail and is making her serve a 90-day term behind bars.

WATCH VIDEO BELLOW: (Forward to the 12th minute)

According to the for former Member of Parliament for Gomoa Central, Akuapem Poloo was not privy to the law therefore she acted out of ignornace.

She however added that instead of her coming out to render an official public apology, she took counsel from her manager who advised her against taking such a decision.

Madam Rachel Appoh said the gender ministry together with social welfare wanted to quell the matter after the apology only for them to discover that the director of Child Rights International (CRI) had taken the matter to court.

On Friday, April 16, 2021, Akuapem Poloo known in real life as Rosemond Alade Brown was sentenced to 90 days in prison for posting obscene content and infringing upon the rights of her son.

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