Afia Schwar falls flat during prayers at Ohemaa Mercy's Tehillah Experience
Jeffrey Mensah|Aug. 12, 2019
- Afia Schwar fell flat on her back at Ohemaa Mercy's Tehillah Experience 2019
- The controversial was immobile for minutes during what looked like a deliverance session
- A video of the incident has been trending online since it came up on Sunday, August 11
There was a huge spectacle on Sunday, August 11 as gospel singer Ohemaa Mercy held the 2019 edition of her annual Tehillah Experience gospel concert
Afia Schwarzenegger, one of Ghana's most controversial entertainment personalities, literally got 'arrested' by the Holy Ghost.
Not all was she 'arrested' but was incapacitated for minutes after falling flat on her back during a prayer session.
In a video from the concert sighted by YEN.com.gh, Ohemaa Mercy was seen pacing up and down the stage while proclaiming and prophesying.
"People despise you. People do not respect. People do not take you for anything but things will change," the gospel singer shouted with the crowd cheering.
All this while, Afia Schwar was lying down on her back like a lifeless body while a piece of cloth was put on her to cover her.
It is not known what exactly caused Afia Schwar to fall like that but as someone who often criticises pastors, it may be that the Holy Ghost has finally touched.
It is either Schwar was delivered of her demons (insults and controversies) or she received anointing for God's work, either way, Ghanaians may be seeing a new Afia Schwar in the coming days.
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