Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng widely known as Nana Agradaa has come out again with hot issue by naming the person who trained her to become the 'Great Nana Agradaa' to fraud people by collecting huge sum of money.
Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng on a live video said that she was innocent until a man called Mr. Amankwaa Agyemang the CEO and Owner of Royal television (Rtv) confronted her and told her that she can become very rich if only she can be smart on people by using her intelligence on them.
Nana Agradaa said in the video that if people are telling her to return her properties to the poor and the orphans then Amankwaa Agyemang must lead 'the show' because all what she got from the Sika Gari, Amankwaa Agyemang took everything from her. She added that Amankwaa Agyemang is the king of fraudster and people must be wise and no that the Rtv owner has nothing good for anyone.
Here is Mr. Ebenezer Amankwaa Agyemang the CEO and Owner of Royal television
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