Patience Aseidu known as Nana Agradaa before her recent change of religion and deity was a very powerful fetish priest who made a lot of people rich through her “sika Gari” program.
Indeed a lot of Ghanaians testified to the fact that Nana Agradaa had helped them gain financial freedom. Though many regarded her acts as fake, others seriously believed in her acts and dearly followed her for financial freedom.
Recenlty, Nana Agradaa was involved in a court case which led her to denounce her gods leveling them as fake and powerless. She further said she has now taken the Christian faith and even changed her title from Fetish Priestess to an Evangelist.
As a business woman with a lot of businesses both inside and outside the country, Nana Agradaa is one of the richest woman in the country. Many times was the Evangelist seen spending money in a lavish way.
In this Article, we bring some some few instances in the form of pictures that showed Nana Agradaa was indeed rich.
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