Renowned Ghanaian fetish priestess Patience Asiedua alias Nana Agradaa has stopped practicing fetishism and has converted to Christianity accepting Jesus Christ as her lord and personal saviour. The embattled spiritualist Nana Agradaa has promised to destroy her gods and never to return to it.
Her earnest plea was to pastors and well known individuals that she has one way or the other offended and begged for their forgiveness. Okomfor Agradaa says she has repented and she's henceforth Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng.
Quiet interesting is her will to established a church just few days after her claim of converting to Christianity. She had used some terms during her live programs shows like "aboozigi, "wareasea" etc.
Many Ghanaians are surprised at the turn of events and 'Apai' Life sold his church at Weija Junction to Agradaa who wants there for her church service.
Many Ghanaians are convinced and have suggested some names for the church she is about to pastor. Below are some of their posts.
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