Afia Schwarzenegger Has Been Slapped With A ¢500,000 Defamatory Lawsuit

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Controversial self-acclaimed Queen of comedy and media personality Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger has been sued for ¢500,000 by the CEO of P-Mobile Communications Limited, Philip Kwame Brobbey based of some defamatory comments she made.

Popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger, the controversial TV host is being dragged to court over a defamatory statement she made on Instagram about the telecommunication company and its CEO.

According to a writ by an Accra High Court sighted by GhBase Entertainment, Afia Schwarzenegger made some damaging statements against Brobbey and his company despite fulfilling their contractual obligations when Afia Schwarzenegger was signed as brand ambassador in 2018.

It demanded an ‘aggravated or exemplary damages in the sum of ¢500,000’, plus publication of retraction across her social media pages.

She has also been given a restraining order against making such defamatory remarks about Brobbey and his company in the future.

See a copy of the lawsuit below;

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