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Find out why Afia Schwarzenegger is blaming ICGC for Mzbel’s loss of faith in Christianity

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Find out why Afia Schwarzenegger is blaming ICGC for Mzbel’s loss of faith in Christianity

When Mzbel denounced her Christian faith in public some months back, she was criticized publicly for it, mostly be staunch Christians.  Afia Schwarzenegger has tasked the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) to win Mzbel back to Christianity, because she feels the church was responsible for Mzbel’s decision. 

Afia said on Accra FM’s drive time show, hosted by Black Eye, that Mzbel narrated an issue that happened to her years back when she was a member of  ICGC. According to her, the church called the ‘16 years’ singer a liar just because of how she presents herself in public.

Schwarzenegger expressed worry over the insults Ghanaians rained on Mzbel when she publicly announced she was no more a Christian.  According to the outspoken radio and TV personality, she was expecting leaders of ICGC to defend the singer but they disowned her to fight the battle herself. She further questioned why Mzbel would present her son to God if she did not believe in Jesus Christ at that time. To her, Mzbel was a Christian that is why she allowed pastor Josh Laryea to bless her son, Adepa after he was born. So the man of God should have defended the musician when Ghanaians were lambasting her for the comment that she no more believes in Christ.

Afia Schwarzenegger further asked the church, International Central Gospel Church to publicly apologise to Mzbel because a pastor from the church molested her and when Mzbel lodged a complain, they defended their pastor.

“ICGC owes Mzbel an apology and prayers. They should make sure they win her back to Christ. I don’t know if they are going to pray or fast but it is their duty to make sure that Mzbel believes in Jesus Christ again” she told Zionfelix on the konkonsa segment.

ICGC should ask for forgiveness from God and also to make Mzbel believe that it is not all Christians who want to take advantage of you. It is very sad that we run to pastors when we are in trouble but if these pastors cannot be relied on but take advantage of us, then where should we go?”

Ameyaw Kissi Debrah, known professionally as Ameyaw Debrah, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.

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