Afia Schwarzenegger, who was born in Kumasi, Ghana, on February 14, 1982, and is also known as Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, is a well-known person in the media. She was fired because she was thought to have done something very wrong. She was the host of the morning shows Yewo Krom on Okay FM and Kokooko on UTV Ghana.
The CEO of QAS Purified Water and the host of “The Breakfast Show” were named ambassadors for orphans in Ghana by the Association of Children’s Homes and Orphanages in Ghana.
She also started the Leave2Live Foundation, which helps people who have been abused at home, and the Owontaa Street Ministry, a charity that feeds the poor in Ghana.
Afia has also done work for TV Africa and Kasapa FM. She became famous because of the Afia Schwarzenegger TV show, which Deloris Frimpong Manso made.
Afia Schwarzenegger Cause of death
Afia Schwarzenegger, an actress from Ghana, recently lost her brother, Richard Osei Bonsu, who she loved very much. She told everyone about it in a sad Instagram post.
She said that she had lost Richard a week before. It had been a year since her father had died. Agya Kojo, the actress’s father, died in January of last year.
But the reason for his death has not been made public yet. The actress or any online source gave no cause of death. Once we have enough information, we will change this page. A High Court recently sent Afia Schwarzenneger to prison, and she has been pleading for her freedom in the news.
She was found guilty of disobeying the judge and sentenced to ten days in jail. However, she has not yet finished her time in jail. In the statement, the actress admitted that she had done wrong on United Showbiz and asked the court to forgive her.
She promised to act better in public from then on. Justice Emmanuel Ankamah, the judge in the case, put off the hearing until January 17, 2023, according to Graphic Showbiz. According to Graphic Showbiz, the judge said that the decision would be made on the given date.
What happened to him?
Afia Schwarzenegger, a comedian from Ghana, has lost her brother, Richard Osei Bonsu. Afia posted on Instagram that her brother had died, with the caption;
“Richard Osei Bonsu, my brother, has died. Just one week until my dad turns one. Please, everyone, please give me and my family some space during this hard time. It’s fine. Thank you. Abban, rest in peace.”
Richard’s sad death happened just a few days before the first anniversary of their father’s death, Mr Augustine Adjei. Afia was so hurt by the news that her brother had died that she went on social media to ask God to forgive her for all the pain she was going through. “God, please forgive me if I’ve done you wrong. Please God, please,” she wrote in the caption of a new video of her and her brother laughing.