Obinim’s Lawyer begged on his behalf, Afia Schwarzenegger


Ghanaian radio and TV personality Afia
Schwarzenegger, has revealed that Gary
Nimako, who is the counsel for Bishop Obinim
– the Founder and Leader of God’s Way
International Ministry – who she is feuding
with met with her to plead on his client’s
The lawyer, she said, came to see her after she
released series of videos questioning the
character and credibility of Obinim after he
(Obinim) showered invectives on her during
one of his televised Sunday services.
In the videos, Schwarzenegger called Obinim
names and accused him of being a fake
She claimed Obinim’s abuse of her person was
sparked by her refusal to give in to the
bishop’s persistent romantic proposals.
Her video series progressed into a social
media campaign against “fake pastors” where
she urged Ghanaians, Christians in particular,
to “say no to fake pastors and show them the
red card”.
Speaking in an interview with Starr FM, the
actress said the pastor conceded to defeat in
the brawl and sent his lawyer to plead on his
“His Lawyer, Gary Nimako came and met me
and I told him point blank that if they want to
apologise they should go to where they made
that catastrophic statement and stand there
and apologise”.
Afia who also revealed her fight against
Obinim was not for her own interest but in
defense of Ghana’s former President Jerry
John Rawlings, said she has more videos in
the offing.
“I made about 10 videos but only six were
released. We still have four pending videos to
release. If you come looking for my trouble you
must have all the time in the world to face me
because I have that much time to drag it,” she


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