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Afia Schwarzenegger playing hide and seek with the police

Hightech 06/25/2020

Afia Schwarzenegger is one of the most popular women in Ghana recently, information making rounds in the media has it that Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger, has been arrested by the police officials.

Afia  Schwar was said to have been arrested following an attack on the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of P-Mobile, Mr. Phillip Brobbey, who accused her of defamation. Following Brobbey's complaint to the police, Afia Schwar was said to have been invited to the station on the matter, however,which Afia refused to go for no reason.

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According to reports because she didn’t want to go, she lied to the police that she was an NPP delegate and was busy for the just-ended parliamentary primaries and would go to the police station after that.

Yet, again, Afia didn’t  show up at the police station as she said. After playing hide and seek with the police for about a week, Afia was finally arrested and dragged to the police headquarters by the police officials.

However, in a new video sighted on social media, Afia Schwar has rubbished reports that she was arrested by the police officials . According to her, she was invited by the police to help in investigation with a matter and was never held in custody. Afia was so angry that she heaped loads on insults on the speculators of her arrest. Which this is not a new thing to us because we already know how she reacts to things.

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For some time now, Afia Schwar is known to have attacked some individuals including Akua GMB, the wife of Dr. Kwaku Oteng of Adonko Bitters. She accused Akua, who was her  formerly good friend of sleeping with others behind Dr. Oteng to the extent her daughter, the third child, belongs to one Trig. This has been a topic on social media if its true or false.

Afia Schwar again accused her formerly good friend of sleeping with Pastor Amoateng .

Source: opera.com
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