After having Akuapem Poloo jailed 90 days for posting naked photos on the internet, Child Rights International boss Bright Appiah has turned his attention to Ghanaian celebrities who use their children to make money online.
The likes of Nana Ama McBrown, Tracey Boakye, Kafui Danku and many others have opened social media pages for their babies.
But according to Bright Appiah, these celebrities are breaking the law.
He noted that it is a grave offence for celebrities to create social media pages for their kids and also use same for commercial purposes.
Bright Appiah has therefore served a warning to such celebrities to pull down the pages or be ready to face the court soon.
The Executive Director of Child Rights International gave the notice in a viral video sighted by Kasatintin.com. Click on this link to watch.