Veteran Ghanaian actress Nana Ama McBrown is up for whatever wild battle Child Rights International is mounting!
The actress has snubbed the organisation Executive Director, Mr Bright Appiah’s warning to put her baby Maxin on ad again.
Following Akuapem Poloo’s sentencing, Child Right International Executive Director, Mr Bright Appiah issued a strong warning to celebrities who have social media pages online for their kids and making money out of it.
He noted those pages must be close down as it’s against the law to use their kids to make money online.
The likes of Nana Ama Mcbrown, Tracey Boakye, Okyeame Kwame who are known for these activities have all been cited to take caution!
However, Nana Ama McBrown apperas quite unperturbed by the Child Rights International warning.
Taking to social media, she has again put Maxin on ad. she posed together with Maxin as they display African dolls from the Amalena Childrens Haven, an organisation her child is believed to be their brand influencer.
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