- Boxer Bukom Banku has challenge Afia Schwar to produce the WASSCE results of her twins
- He thinks Afia has still not made the results public because they failed
- Afia’s twins reportedly failed in their Basic Education Certificate Examination
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Ghanaian popular boxer, Bukom Banku, has jabbed actress and media personality Afia Schwarzenegger to show the West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) of her twins, James Ian and John Irvin Heerdegen.
He said Afia should prove to the whole world that free SHS is the best by publicly displaying the results of her twins.
Bukom Banku went on to dare Afia that if her twins should get at least 2Bs each, he would vote for Akufo-Addo.
Some people have commented on the post and sided with the boxer.
Kwesi, for instance, opined that the twins will attend a private university:
Pretty argued that if the twins failed, President Akufo-Addo should not be blamed:
Kofi felt Bukom Banku’s post was not right:
Eugene believed that if the twins had performed better, Afia Schwar would have made noise on social media even before Bukom Banku’s post:
Tiago had a similar view:
Kwabena said no student made a pass at the school Afia’s twins attended:
Bukom Banku’s post comes on the back of Afia Schwar switching camps from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to joining the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
She has publicly declared her support for Akufo-Addo and said that she and her family will vote for Akufo-Addo in the December 2020 elections.
Also, in 2017, the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) results of the twins were widely circulated.
They made aggregate 20 and 29 each, making Ghanaians mock their mother.
Afia was said to have gone to cry in the office of the Education Minister, Mathew Prempeh, because her twins did not get any SHS placement.
It took the minister’s intervention for them to be enrolled at Kumasi High School.
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