Comedienne and TV personality Afia Schwarzenegger has a long-standing feud with the member of parliament for Assin Central Hon. Kennedy Agyapong and the former has reignited that fight with fresh attack on the latter after the premiering of the highly anticipated video dubbed ‘ Who watches the Watchman’
On Wednesday, 27th June 2018 the video was shown at the forecourt of Kennedy Agyapong’s Oman FM at Madina in Accra. Even though it was telecast live on NET 2 TV many Ghanaians thronged the venue to have a glimpse of what Kennedy Agyapong had against Anas.
‘Who watches the watchman’, was showed in a quest to expose the rot of ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
The video had lots of mixed reactions as some branded it as ‘bogus’ and lacked adequate evidence, others also eulogised Hon. Kennedy Agyapong for exposing secret recordings of how Anas operates.
Maverick media Personality Afia Schwarzenegger was quick to attack Kennedy Agyapong after the video was showed on Wednesday as it rekindled the ‘beef’ between the two.
According to Afia Schwarzenegger, the video dubbed ‘ Who Watches the watchman ” was bogus and a total joke.
She laughs over it and as usual Afia Schwarzenegger does not spare Kennedy Agyapong when she gets the little chance to troll him.
She took to her social media page, as usual, to add her voice to Kennedy Agyapong’s expose on Anas.
On her social media handle she shared a picture of herself with caption:
"Who watches the watchman…mtcheeeeeeewwwwww,hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
In the video premiered on Wednesday, one critical thing that appeared was the admission by a man purported to be Anas that he had taken $100,000 bribe from one Baba Tunde to get a criminal case botched in court.
“So at that time, they buy me with a $100,000 because he somehow relates to me,” the supposed Anas is heard saying.
The man is heard telling a woman identified as the public prosecutor handling case that $5000 had been transferred into her account to for her to skew the evidence in favour of those who paid him.