Ghanaian female philanthropist and music enthusiast, Ayisha Modi has promised to take care of the seven 7 year old son of the jailed Akuapem Poloo’s currently serving 90 days jail term and her mother.
This was disclosed in a Facebook post by Mrs Modi on her page following the Rosemond Brown’s conviction today in Accra circuit court on her own plea.
According to Ayisha Modi, the gesture is to cushion the actress’s son against any pain and suffering that associated with the mother’s imprisonmet.
And it is 2, 000 Ghana cedis every month for the son’s upkeep and a piece of plot for Akuapem Poloo herself when she finally comes out of the cells.
“My daughter @akuapem_poloo In life everything happens for a reason and I must say what you going through now is a blessing in disguise, have it in mind that wherever there’s a #disgrace there’s also one important thing called grace, remember the stone that the builders rejected became the cornerstone”, Ayisha Modi wrote.
“On this day @modisoutreach and @wanafriq in collaboration with Sarki Abass Giwa Foundation has decided to give your mother 2000gh every month to take care of your child as you spend 90days in prison and also a plot of land to you and kwesi blay when you finally come . Alice Torpey God bless you beautiful sis”, her post added.
The actress was handed a 90 days jail sentence by over her naked pictures with her son displayed on social media.
The conviction on Friday comes after she posted a naked picture with her son on Instagram celebrating his seventh birthday.
Handing her judgement, Christina Cann expressed discontent with the alarming rate with which nudity has become a thing in the country’s social media space.
She said it is important the court take sanctions for the message to go down with everyone how wrong it is to do that on social media.
The judge added that the actress is being punished to serve as a disincentive to others.