Ghanaian actor, Chris Attoh has waded into the latest controversy surrounding actress and comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger insisting that Ghanaians ought to let go of her difficulty.
Information broke lately that the actress was caught in mattress with one other man barely 9 months into her marriage.
Commenting on this difficulty final Friday on the After Hours present on TV3, Chris Attoh argued that Afia Schwarzenegger’s difficulty is a private matter and needs to be handled as such, regardless of advising couples in opposition to adultery.
He advised host Mikki Osei Berko: “The essential factor is in the case of marriage and relationships individuals have to additionally notice that it is a house to respect and no matter Afia was going via that is her private matter. I believe individuals ought to go away it alone. Marriage is a critical enterprise, someway, no matter individuals see and revel in within the video, I believe they need to be taught from it that adultery just isn’t one thing that needs to be inspired. I want Afia all my love.”
Chris Attoh additionally suggested Ghanaians to focus extra on constructive information.
“It’s thrilling stuff, nevertheless it provides me the chance to remind the society that there are actual individuals. Afia is somebody who’s a media character and the media is a strong drive. This could be at present’s story tomorrow story could be completely different. Audiences have to look out for extra constructive stuff,” the actor argued.
Chris Attoh has lately launched a brand new venture referred to as iFlix, a web-based platform which supplies individuals entry to films and collection from the world over.
After Hours starring Mikki Osei Berko airs each Friday 9 pm on Tv3.