Ghanaian comedienne, Afia Schwarzenegger, has conceded that the worst thing she had ever done in life was insulting Ghanaian charismatic pastor, Bishop Daniel Obinim.
The actress a few weeks back started a campaign against “fake pastors” and urged Ghanaians, Christians in particular to “say no to fake pastors and show them the red card”.
The campaign which started on social media, Facebook, came on the heels of heated exchanges between her and Bishop Obinim, who is the Founder and Leader of God’s Way International Ministry.
The fight between the two began after Obinim showered invectives on the actress during one of his televised Sunday sermons. Schwarzenegger rebutted in equal measure with a series of videos in which she called Obinim names and accused him of being a fake pastor.
She claimed Obinim’s abuse of her person was sparked by her refusal to give in to the Bishop’s persistent romantic proposals.
But in a candid interview with Morning Starr host Kafui Dey, on Friday December 19, Schwarzenegger said she wished she had rather not engaged the spiritual leader.
“The worst thing was to insult Obinim via videos. [I] did six videos” she said.
Meanwhile, the actress is determined to continue her war against “fake pastors”.
She also talked about her wish to be able to pass a bill in Ghana’s parliament banning those religious leaders.