Ghanaian reggae musician, Kojo Kombolo, has appealed to the Judicial Council of Ghana to intervene in the case of social media influencer, Akuapem Poloo aka Rosemond Brown who has been sentenced to 90 days in prison for publicly sharing a nude photograph involving a minor.
Speaking to Lord Kweku Sekyi about his new EP titled, “Incoming Call,” Kombolo said he dedicated his latest song to Akuapem Poloo out of compassion for the actress, describing her as a single mother in need of support rather than condemnation.
“The title of the track is “My Point,” and it is a call on authorities to reconsider the sentence and temper justice with mercy, as I believe the woman involved had no malicious intent behind her action,” he said.
Using two alter-egos, “Fela” and “Dada,” Kombolo discusses other social issues, politics, and commerce from different perspectives in 5 songs which are currently available on all major streaming platforms.
He described the theme of the EP as “ghettonomics,” a term he claims highlights cannabis education and its potential for economic growth.
Kojo Kombolo encouraged Ghanaians in the arts and entertainment industry to be confident while expressing themselves creatively but added that minors must always be protected to avoid exposing them to danger.