Controversial Ghanaian media personality, Afia Schwarzenegger, has reportedly run to Prophet 1’s church to meet with him.
The visit, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Modernghana.com, was for Afia to thank the prophet for comforting her during her struggle with her 'ex-husband', and also for delivering her from some calamities.
Known in private life as Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom, Prophet 1, who is also called Opambour, was said to have played a crucial role in the life of Afia Schwarzeneger during the heat emanating from her failed marriage with Lawrence Abrokwa.
In a video which has gone viral, Afia Schwar is captured kneeling at the feet of Opambour, thanking her for praying for her, and also delivering her from some death prophecies made against her.
According to Afia, when many doom prophecies were flying all over in her name, Opambour came to her rescue, assuring her of God’s support.
Therefore, she deemed it fit to return and thank him for her life, and also for helping her in those difficult times.
"Thank you Opambour for praying for me when pastors were predicting that I will die. As I stand here, I thank God for how far he has brought me.
"You made me understand that nothing will happen to me. Today marks 365 days of God’s favour and blessing and I'm still alive. God is powerful," Afia said.
Last year September, news of Afia Schwar being caught in bed by her ‘ex-husband’ Abrokwa, spread like wildfire.
She was caught with a man who managed to hide his identity with a blanket and escaped. Till date, the mystery man's identity has not been established.
Abrokwa threatened to deform her with a substance he carried in a bottle, which he claimed was acid.
In the process, Afia Schwar ended up exposing her nudity to the world. The episode prompted the media personality to file for divorce from Abrokwah in court.
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