Getting Humiliated by Abrokwah for the Whole World to See has Turned out to be a Blessing in my Life — Afia Schwarzenegger

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Actress Afia Schwarzenegger says the time in her life when the whole world saw her nekkidness after being caught cheating on her husband has actually turned out to be a blessing.

According to her, in the aftermath of the incident, many domestic violence organizations from all over the world contacted her to help her get through the ordeal, which led to the formation of her ‘Leave to Live’ foundation.

The foundation is a domestic violence organization run by Afia Schwar.

“During all the hullabaloo about my nudity on social media, God used that to bless me. A week after the video went viral, I was contacted by some Domestic Violence Association from America.” she revealed.

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“They were a group of medical doctors who came together to form an organisation that supports domestic violence victims and also to empower women.

“Initially, they thought I had been affected by the acid attack but thanks to God nothing happened to me.

“They later encouraged me to put up a domestic violence foundation to empower women through my lifestyle and make women understand that marriage is not a yardstick of success.

“Through the support from my foreign partners, ‘Leave to Live’ Foundation was built and we have been able to impact a lot of women.” she added.

Afia also revealed that she’s currently about to attend a foreign seminar due to the formation of her foundation.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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