“I’ll Only Go Back To Radio If I’m Paid a Lucrative Ghc 25,000 A Month” – Afia Schwarzenegger

Afia Schwarzenegger, a Ghanaian comedienne, has caused a stir in the media industry by announcing that she will only work for any radio or television station in Ghana if they pay her a minimum of Ghc 25,000 per month.

During a recent interview with Zionfelix, she stated that she is done with working for any radio or television station unless they can pay her Ghc 600,000 for a two-year contract. This works out to Ghc 25,000 monthly, which is her asking price.

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Afia Schwarzenegger’s comments have drawn mixed reactions from the public, with some criticizing her for setting such a high salary requirement, while others support her for knowing her worth and refusing to settle for less. Some have even questioned whether she has the skills and experience to command such a high salary.

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While it is true that Afia Schwarzenegger has had several mainstream jobs in the past and has been fired from most of them, it is also true that she has a large following on social media, and she has made a name for herself as a comedian and media personality. She has also been involved in several controversies over the years, which have helped to keep her in the public eye.

Afia Schwarzenegger’s announcement comes at a time when the media industry in Ghana is facing several challenges, including declining advertising revenues, increased competition from social media platforms, and a lack of support from the government.

Many media organizations are struggling to stay afloat, and some have had to lay off staff or cut salaries to stay in business.

In conclusion, Afia Schwarzenegger’s salary demand has sparked a debate about the value of talent in the media industry and the challenges facing media organizations in Ghana. While some may criticize her for setting such a high price, others may see it as a reflection of her worth and talent.

Ultimately, it is up to each media organization to decide whether they can afford to pay such a high salary and whether Afia Schwarzenegger is the right fit for their brand.

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