More trouble for Dag Heard Mills as controversial comedienne, Afia Schwarzenegger has thrown heavy punches to the renowned man of God. It would be recalled that the Pastor made some unpalatable comments about the King of the Asante Kingdom, Otumfour Osei Tutu.
Though he has since apologized, Afia is not satisfied. According to her, he should apologize for his apology since it is not enough. She his church, Light House Chapel has a lot of branches in the Ashanti region but cannot boast on thing that they have used the offerings received for in the region
As such, the Pastor had no moral right to criticize "her King" in the manner he did. She admonished the Pastor to concentrate on his preaching and not talk about things that are not in his jurisdiction.
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