Former fetish priestess known as Nana Agradaa and now Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng has challenged persons who claim she has duped them to meet her in court.
In a recent video, she said she operated legally as a priestess after securing a license and certificate.
She noted that threats of legal suits do not scare her and can not make her backslide.
“I’m not a business woman, I do not sell tomatoes, I do not sell pepper and I do not sell cloth. I was a fetish priestess and I had a license and a certificate which mandated me as a fetish priestess to service my clients.”
“If you pay millions of Cedis to a doctor for a surgery or for the fruit of the womb and it fails, it is up to you if you will take the doctor to court.”
“If you are given a medication for a disease and the medication fails, will you sue the doctor?”
“I performed my job and the fact that I say I have repented doesn’t mean anyone can scare me with threats of legal suit”, she said.
The former fetish priestess announced her conviction and conversion to Christianity on 27th April, 2021 after she was arrested on 22nd April, 2021 for displaying graphics contrary to Section 137 of the Criminal offence Act, 1960 and for operating a TV stations without license.
Story by: S.A.Kingsley.
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