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Entertainment of Wednesday, 10 October 2018


Akufo-Addo, Mahama are ‘thieves’ - Afia Schwarzenegger

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Controversial television personality, Afia Schwarzenegger has expressed her worry over the fact that Ghanaian leaders are thieves who do not care about the welfare of the citizens.

She made this known in a video she shared of herself somewhere in the United Kingdom.

Afia was worried leaders of the country could not do anything better for the country then just steal from the people who gave them power.

She said “why are you thieves like that? During John Mahama’s era, Nkonf3m flew to Burkina Faso and till now they have not come back. Nana Addo came and his administration is also saddled with scandals on a daily basis. They are all the same story just from different bottles”.

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The Ghana boys dancers led by one guy identified as KOD were performing at the event and it got to a point in their performance KOD made a shout out to Menzgold and their boss Nana Appiah Mensah.

That ‘bigging up’ seemingly didn’t go down well with Afia who in her reaction stated that KOD whiles mentioning NAM1’s name and chanting “Ghana must prosper” agenda was looking at her face.

Afia — in correspondence with KOD’s reaction after the incident – reacted with an ‘F’ word, accompanying that with a gesture with her hand.

That, as reported resulted in a scuffle after their performance.

In a lightning speed video exclusively gotten by saw KOD rushing towards where the comedienne was sitting who only had to be whisked away by the security before a punch could land.

As captured in the video, one could hear KOD fiercely saying to Afia “are you mad”, ”are you mad” whiles she(Afia) looked on.

However, Afia in a reaction to all these— filmed herself whiles walking at the Oxford Circus throwing all manner of insults to KOD, NAM1 and even us who reported about the incident.

Afia Schwarzenegger claimed she is still rich despite NAM1’s inability to refund her mother’s 4 million Ghana cedis she invested in Menzgold.

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