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We’ll Take Care Of Akuapem Poloo’s Son : Child Rights International CEO



Despite Ayisha Modi‘s sympathetic gesture to Akuapem Poloo and her son after her sentence, the CEO of Child Rights International, Bright Appiah says his NGO will take care of the child till the mother return from jail.

Following the decision by the Accra Circuit court to imprison Rosemond Brown(Akuapem Poloo) over her nude picture with her son, concerns were raised about the welfare of the child as the mother is away in prison.

The good number of people who called for justice for Poloo amid the case had the 7-year-old boy in mind as the one to suffer the most in her mother’s absence.

In the wake of these ups and downs, Ayisha Modi came in with a kind gesture that has earned her the praise of many to give GHc2000 to be used to cater for the little boy.

Well, it seems that’s not enough as Child Rights International is ready to also do the needful by taking care of the child whiles the mother serves her 3 months jail sentence.

According to reports, Mr Appiah speaking on Angel FM news said his organization will take up duties of catering for the young boy till his mother returns home from prison.

The CEO, however, revealed that after he took matters up, he knew the outcome and therefore had a chat with the convicted actress over the well-being of her son.

NB; Child Rights International led by its CEO Mr Bright Appiah is behind the conviction and jailing of Akuapem Poloo.

It is said Mr Bright Appiah took the primary step by making an official complaint to the authorities about the indecent pose Akuapem Poloo has subjected her seven-year-old son to.

In a letter to the Director-General of the Criminal Investigations Service in June 2020, Mr Appiah indicated that the actions portrayed by Akuapem Poloo are a clear violation of the children’s act of Ghana.

He intimated that Akuapem Poloo has abused the right of her child and must be made to pay the price hence her 90 days jail sentence.

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Moesha Is Mad Forever : Ibrah One



Millionaire Ibrah One has waded into the current condition of the former slay queen saying that she is mad forever.

According to him, what Moesha is going through at the moment is a warning to other slay queens who have visited India to seek spiritual protection.

Ibrah One who sometime last year was having mental problem in a social media post made it clear that netizen should forget about Moesha.

In his post he made it clear that netizens should ignore all the people and pastors claiming they can bring Moesha Buduong back to normal because its not possible.

He posted: “Moesha is mad and can never come back to normal again, nobody on earth can bring her back to normal again. This should serve as a warning to some of the slay queens who goes to India for Charms. #Ibrahone”.

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Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ Listening Event Breaks Apple Streaming Record



Kanye West packed the house for his ‘DONDA’ listening party — but he packed in a whole lot more than just that … dude set a record on Apple that no artist has ever come near.

Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ … Ye’s album event this past week at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta broke the Apple Music Global Livestream record … with 3.3 million viewers who tuned in on their screens.

That’s a heck of a lot more than the previous record, we’re told, which was set by Gucci Mane and Jeezy in their highly-anticipated Verzuz battle earlier last year — at a reported 1.8 million viewers. Kanye practically doubled the number as a solo act!

BTW, the ‘DONDA’ moment was a one-time deal — meaning it aired live for people to stream, but hasn’t gone back up on Apple for folks to watch again. So, that figure — 3.3M unique sets of eyeballs — is a one and done. It’d be a little harder to calculate if the thing was in circulation.

Our sources tell us once Kanye releases Donda — it’s projected to drop August 6 — the Atlanta performance will be posted to Apple for fans to watch again.

Like we first told you … even though the event is over, the party’s still going for Kanye himself … who’s moved into MB Stadium (temporarily) to finish the album. Apparently, he was so inspired by the energy around him Thursday — he just nestled in and got back to work.

With all the hype — and hard data to back it now — ya gotta figure the numbers for this album will follow suit … and perhaps reach new heights that even Ye hasn’t seen.

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Sarkodie Partners Adidas To Drive Africa’s Creative Economy



Ghanaian musician and entrepreneur Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie, and Adidas have announced a unique partnership that will see both parties collaborate to drive Africas’ creative economy.

Kicking off the relationship is Nutmegs’ (Adidas representative in Ghana) partnership on the exclusive listening session of Sarkodie’s upcoming album ‘No Pressure’.

This initiative by Sarkodie, is a follow-up to the very successful Writing Camp organised last year, which gave a platform to emerging creative artistes to curate and share their creativity in writing.

The partnership also ties into Nutmeg’s Creators Programme, where together with inspiring celebrity talent in music, sports, and fashion, creators are urged to make a statement and leave their mark.

The innovation is a celebration of the brand’s global member community and an opportunity to bring people together through its curated program of digital experiences.

The ‘No Pressure’ album is a result of months of work and embodies the quality that has come to be associated with the Sarkodie brand.

This partnership is being curated by Eagle Plug Entertainment, a modern entertainment company providing world-class solutions for the African entertainment ecosystem.

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