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Reactions To Akuapem Poloo’s Skimpy Dress (Video)

Akuapem Poloo, a Ghanaian actress and businesswoman, has come under fire for showing out to the private listening session for Sefa’s new song “Vibration” in a tight, short attire.

Akuapem Poloo gave up her Christian beliefs a few years ago and took on a new Muslim name.

Last week, the socialite and brand influencer shocked her admirers and followers by announcing her plan to convert to Islam.

Akuapem Poloo was captured on camera at her conversion ceremony wearing full Muslim garb and holding an ablution pail and a prayer mat.

Thank you to the Deputy National Chief Imam’s Quran Reciter and his board for helping with this, I am now fully Muslim, Alhamdulillah,” she wrote in the caption of the pictures.

Poloo’s conversion was questioned, with some online commenters speculating that she was merely fooling with her admirers to attract attention, as she has done in the past.
She has revealed a new name in addition to her official identity in an effort to disprove doubters.
In an Instagram video, Poloo could be seen revealing that her new name is Haniya, which in Arabic means “happiness, joy, and laughter.”

She opted to remove the Jalabia and the head covering, therefore it appears that her conversion has failed.

Click Here to watch the video on Instagram.


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