Clinton Oduro Ocli is a Ghanaian singer and the son of popular Ghanaian fetish priestess, Nana Agradaa. Despite her mother's popularity, little is known about Clinton Ocli. The handsome man is the CEO of Agradaa movement, which is a music record label. Ocli first came into the limelight as a musician, after releasing his first hit song in 2017. The song was tittled, 'blessings' where he featured D-cryme. He was only 20 when he released the song, however he has struggled to remain relevant in the music industry after he released hit song.
Clinton apparently lives large. He regularly flaunts his luxurious properties including his expensive cars and jewelleries. Check out some photos of Clinton Ocli.
Clinton's mother has been trending for the past weeks after she eventually renounced her job as a fetish priestess. Nana Agradaa divulged to the country she is now a Christianity and has no intention of returning to priesthood any longer. She marked her transformation with a baptism in a swimming pool. While others believe her transformation is genuine, others are of the view that she's try to escape the influx of accusations from people she has defrauded.
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