It appears pitiful and sad as Anita Erskine shared a sorrowful blanket post revealing the ‘frail’ part of Afia Schwarzenegger which has not been observed by most Ghanaians.
Anita who is an Award-winning women’s advocate is part of the numerous celebrities who are seeking justice for their fellow TV personality and comedienne actress, Afia Schwarzenegger following her marriage scandal.
Afia’s nude video which was allegedly reported to be recorded by her ex-husband, Lawrence Abrokwa for cheating on him hit social media and went viral across all platforms in the country.
In the video was seen Afia crying and begging her ex-husband, Mr. Abrokwa who threatened to pour acid on her face and her lover after he budged on them naked in bed in their own matrimonial home.
It seems many have come in support of Afia following her husband’s threat to destroy her with acid and also allegedly releasing her naked video and Afia herself is also seeking for justice.
Read Anita’s Post below:
Anita Erskine Writes……
This morning, I spent some quality time with my friend Afia Schwarzenegger. We chatted about motherhood, woman hood, work/life balance, the media industry and everything else in between. We laughed at some things. But then, as naturally as the current environment would have it, our conversation glided into her life over the last 144 hours and counting!
A gorgeously hefty blend of humiliation, fear, confusion, emotional torture and above all, abandonment. Our conversation spotlighted everything from the night of the now famously infamous #AfiaAffairgate to the importance of teaching her daughter Pena different languages.
As much as I didn’t want to come off as a nosy reporter, my genuine zeal to discover and uncover stories for the sake of lifting my voice and roaring out the need to fight for justice for Women reared its ugly head. And I asked the question of doom. “Afia what happened that day?” At first, she smiled…..and then as if the veins in her throat were about to burst, she began to speak.
Half way through, she broke down. I let her cry it out and waited a few minutes, distracting myself with her daughter, Pena, who was seated at my feet, happily distracted by cartoons. After a while, we resumed our conversation and spoke at length.
We spoke about second chances and purpose. Here’s what I learned this morning……
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