We don’t owe Afia Schwarzenegger GHC16,000, she’s still driving our car – TV Africa rebuts
Contrary to social media posts by Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, also known as Afia Schwarzenegger, that her former employers, TV Africa, owe her an amount of GHS 16,000.00, Management of the media house has stated categorically that the assertion is clearly not factual, Zionfelix.net.
According to TV Africa, Afia seems to have deliberately turned a blind eye to the tenets of her contractural agreement with her former employers that has resulted in this delusion.
Afia’s contract according to the station was officially terminated after she had breached her contractual obligations by going on some traditional media and social media platforms to announce her resignation from the station.
They continued that “it is important to note however, that per her contract, Valentina had to give a one-month notice to management as a condition that needed to be fulfilled before she could abrogate her services. But this she clearly flouted.
That notwithstanding, a letter dated January 21, 2019, to Valentina Agyeiwaa stipulating the “rules of engagement” for both parties to resolve the situation went unanswered.
Calls to Valentina Agyeiwaa from management were neither responded to nor replied. In this regard, Afia, who is currently driving a brand new black Hyundai Tucson (4×4) that belongs to TV Africa knows very well about the conditions to return it to her employers for any outstanding financial settlement.
It is therefore regrettable and disingenuous that madam Valentina Agyeiwaa would take to social media to snuggle out a non-issue, knowing very well she has a TV Africa property in her possession that needs to be returned.
We wish to put on record nonetheless, that a few months back Madam Valentina Agyeiwaa was requested by management to retract a statement she made on one of her shows “POLITICAL POLICE” which did not resonate appropriately with the editorial policy of the station.
Madam Agyeiwaa flatly refused the ethical standard procedure to retract and apologize and rather chose to walk out on the entire production team in the process.”