Bright Appiah, Executive Director of Child Rights International (CRI), has spoken out about his organization’s next steps in response to Akuapem Poloo’s situation.
Bright Appiah said in an interview with Kwame Nkrumah Tikese on Okay FM that they were targeting people who used their children for commercial purposes.
People who used their children as advertisements to amass money for themselves, he said, were breaking the rules.
He stated that his organization would shortly detail a series of these criminal activities in order to avoid sanctions.
People who have created such social media accounts for their children, according to Bright Appiah, should take them down as soon as possible.
He mentioned that he was unconcerned about the criticism his organization had created and was receiving in the aftermath of the Akuapem Poloo event, which they championed.
He claims to have a covenant with children and is unfazed by what others think as long as his outfit is doing the right thing.
Those who fail to heed Bright Appiah’s free notice will have no choice but to face the consequences of their conduct in court, he said.
Thus, it seems that celebrities like Okyeame Kwame, McBrown, Kafui Danku, and others will be left lacking if they continue to flaunt their children and use them to run online advertisements for money.