Following the recent arrest and court cases pending against Rev. Dr. Patricia Asiedua, commonly referred to as Nana Agradaa, Nicholas Omane Acheampong has come out to disclose that it is the curse he placed on Agradaa that is working now.
The Tabitha Kum singer added that since Nana Agradaa falsely accused him some time back that she Agradaa and Omane Acheampong went for Juju together in Benin it badly affected him. He added that since Agradaa made those false claims, his reputation has been brought into disrepute, tainted, and questioned.
Omane Acheampong explained that out of the pain he felt for the false accusation, he cursed Nana Agradaa and the recent troubles she is facing is as a result of his curse manifesting. "I have cursed her. She lied to people that myself and her go to the same juju house and that I use juju for my music" - Omane Acheampong said on Happy FM.
He further added that Agradaa's lies have been bordering him ever since wherever he goes to preach the gospel. According to him, the worst is yet to come for Agradaa.
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