"Show them the red card" - Afia Schwarzenegger launches campaign against fake pastors

TV personality and entertainer Valentina Agyeiwaa also known as Afia Schwarzenegger has upgraded her fight against Bishop Daniel Obinim by launching a campaign against all pastors she believes are fake.

“We have started a campaign that says stand up for Jesus, say no to fake pastors, show them the red card…this campaign is an evangelism team,” she told Joy News after an unusual appearance on Adom FM’s live worship session on Wednesday afternoon.

Afia Schwarzenegger took on founder of the International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim in devastating fashion last week, dressing down the pastor as fake, corrupt and a disgrace to the Ashanti region where they both hail.

Her vituperative attack widely circulated on social media and Youtube came after the pastor insulted her during a church service to the delight of his congregation.

Apparently the battle between the two for public integrity has informed the entertainer’s latest decision to extend her 'assault' to all other men of  God she finds suspicious and dubious.

Fresh from the radio worship service, Afia waxed biblical, quoting Romans 10:17 “whosoever believes in the name of the Lord shall be saved” not “whosoever has a powerful prophet.”

Her campaign, she says, will focus on market women because she believes most of them do not know their rights as Christians.

She reserved her last words for the National Media Commission, the constitutionally mandated media regulator for abandoning its responsibilities to sanitize the airwaves.

“National Media Commission, as you can see they are not doing anything, so any Tom Dick and Harry can put anything on T.V and call it preaching”.

After habouring a passion for the gospel for age, Valentina Agyeiwaa says it is time for youthful Christians to boldly evangelise.

“If you are a Christian and you believe in the power of the Holy Spirit, please stand up for Jesus,” Valentina rallied.