The Ghanaian media personality and comedian, Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger, on Saturday, 12th March 2022 laid her father, Mr. Agustine Agyei to rest. A lot of Ghanaian celebrities were captured at this event and many donated towards Afia Schwarzenegger's father's funeral.
Afia Schwarzenegger has revealed Fada Dickson told her not to announce the support he has given to her but she is sorry to disappoint him that he cannot keep quiet about what he did for her. Speaking in the video, Afia Schwarzenegger stated that when her father was seriously ill Fada Dickson assisted to the extent that he even brought health specialists from abroad.
After all this, Fada Dickson also gave her GH¢ 2 billion for her father's funeral. This is what Afia Schwarzenegger said, "Fada Dickson said I should not mention his name, so who should I mention? Should I mention the name of Patapaa? Never. Fada Dickson please I will mention your name. It was Fada Dickson who sent my father to the hospital when his illness was severe. He even sent specialists from abroad to come and take care of my father".
According to Afia Schwarzenegger, Fada Dickson told her that he doesn't want her breaks so he will do everything to make her father well again. But unfortunately, her father passed away. And even after her father's demise, Fada Dickson gave her GH¢ 2 billion for her father's funeral expenses.
Some Ghanaians after coming across this wondered if what Afia Schwarzenegger is saying is true. Others said that some people have money in this country and it is good to have a friend like Fada Dickson.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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