The Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection has criticized Rosemond Brown, referred to in showbiz as Akuapem Poloo, for nude photos she shared social media.
Akuapem Poloo had posted the image, exposed before her child, who is in briefs, to stamp his seventh birthday celebration on Tuesday, June 30.
But the image received wide condemnation from the public with many ascribing child abuses to it.
Non-governmental organization Child Rights International, in censuring the demonstration, detailed the issue to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service.
Akuapem Polo has since rendered expression of remorse for the demonstration and expelled the image from her page.
The Gender Minister Cynthia Mamle Morrison says her sector “is liaising with the proper offices to manage the issue”.
“The Ministry wishes to repeat that the posting of naked pictures via web-based networking media consistently is a genuine offense and all must stop from the demonstration,” an announcement gave by Madam Morrison on Wednesday, July 1 cautioned.
“It would be ideal if you quit sharing the post as this also is an offense.”