Is George Floyd more important than our missing Tardi girls – Afia Schwarzenegger quizzes Nana Addo

The Controversial Ghanaian entertainment personality, Afia Schwarzenegger has turned on at the President of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo for permitting his administration officials to hold a memorial service in memory of the late George Floyd.

According to her, the service was unnecessary and that she can not fathom why the will permit something like this to be sorted out by the Ministry of Tourism.  

She included that loads of individuals have passed on in this nation under disgusting and cruel conditions however the government has not at all successfully respect them. 

She pointed at the instance of the three Takoradi young ladies that got missing and how no national vigil has been accomplished for them. She asked if George Floyd was more important to the government than our own. 

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Photo: Afia Schwarzenegger exposes her breast in her latest photo ...

Afia Schwarzenegger is a well-known individual who has attained notoriety for engaging in acts that sometimes outrage, shock, disappoint, or divide members of the public. So there was no surprise when she tried raising this controversy.

Well she might be right but that will only be justified if you share your toughts.

Back ground story

An African American by the name George Floyd was killed recently in Minneapolis a city in America by four cops one identified as Derek Chaivin who happens to be the main cuprite.

His death came as a shock and added up to the recent racism that emerged in the city. This caused many reactions in the form of protest in the entire America.

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Following his death, Some members of the Diaspora Community of Ghana in partnership with the Tourism Ministry and Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) organized a memorial service for him believed to be signed by the president.