What Have You Done for Asante People From Your Many Offertory- Afia Schwarzenegger Descends on Dag Heward Mills


Following an audio that went viral of Bishop Dag Heward Mills of Light House Chapel going hard on Otumfuo Osei Tutu II; King of the Asante Kingdom, Socialite Afia Schwarzenegger has thrown some fire to the preacher of his sermon.

Let’s go back to the genesis of the whole feud, days ago an audio in circulation had Bishop Heward Mills saying traditional leaders should do more than they have done or doing because Kingship goes beyond having multiple wives and making love or organizing large funerals.

He singled out the king of the Asante Kingdom Otumfuo Osei Tutu II about how he has not lived up to what is required of him saying they spend time on trivial matters forgetting their core responsibilities as traditional leaders.

The audio had some blunt statements in there which is captured below which obviously didn’t sit well with faithfuls of Otumfuo vis-a-vis his subjects.

Apparently, Dag Heward Mills has come out with an apology that what he said was about 20 years ago and that he didn’t sat it with any malice intent.

As such, any form of pain his words 20 years ago might have brought to Otumfuo is deeply regretted

Well, people have shared their doubt about it indeed the message was truly 20 years ago.

In latest developments, Afia Schwarzenegger has reacted to the ongoing brouhaha saying Bishop Dag Heward Mills have no moral right to criticize Otumfuo Osei Tutu II in any form because as a preacher he is equally yet to account to Asantes what he has done for them after having many branches of his church in Asante land.

The controversial socialite really said some brutal stuff in a video which is also gathering moment just when people thought Heward Mills’ apology would have brought finality to the matter.

Listen to what Afia Schwarzenegger said below


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