Evangelist Patricia Oduro formerly known as Nana Agradaa has revealed in recent interview that liposuction is a sin.
Speaking on Star FM StarrChat show hosted by Nana Aba Anamoah, she explained her reasons.
According to her, God created human beings in his own image and if a person goes in for cosmetic surgery it means one wants to tell God that he doesn't have sense.
Nana Aba Anamoah also stated reasons why people especially women go in for cosmetic surgery. She said it makes them happy.
Evangelist Patricia Oduro in replying said it's because of prostitution that's why some women go in for cosmetic surgery to look sexy to be attracted by men.
Nana Aba again stated reasons why she thinks liposuction isn't bad. She gave example of a woman having five children who's tummy has become big and want it to be flat. She also said most husbands finance the cost of the cosmetic surgery of their wives.
Evangelist Patricia said the only solution for any wife who's tummy has become big is to pray and not going in for cosmetic surgery.
Watch the interview below
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