Nana Agradaa appeared to anger Joyce Blessing. Joyce Blessing does not want to be identified with Nana Agradaa. Joyce Blessing has been planned to perform at Agradaa's event without her permission.
Joyce Blessing, a Ghanaian gospel singer, has directed Evangelist Patricia Asiedua, commonly known as Nana Agradaa, to delete all flyers for her upcoming thanksgiving event that include her image and name.
Joyce Blessing, who appeared outraged when she saw her photo and name on Agradaa's brochure and invitation card, indicated that she and Agradaa are not friends and that she does not want to be associated with her.
Joyce Blessing, according to the brochure, will perform at the event on 31, October 2021.
Brother Sammy, Patience Nyarko, Jack Alolome, and Anita Afriyie are among the performers performing.
Joyce Blessing, on the other hand, appears to be unhappy with the situation and has asked Nana Agradaa to stay a safe distance from her.
Agradaa would not be spared, according to Joyce, because she once angered and embarrassed a preacher whose name is not mentioned.
"I was informed by my followers and managers to a leaflet on social media that identified Mama Pat as the organizer." According to my research, Nana Agradaa is placing me on her show through other means. Please accept my apologies, but I'm not interested.
We don't get along very well. We all saw what you did to a preacher, not a sinner like me," she explained.
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