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Don't call me Nana Agradaa, I've accepted Jesus -Agradaa

Fetish priestess in hot water Nana Agradaa, also identified as Patricia Asieduaa in private life, was officially released from police custody not long ago after being apprehended a few days ago.

Many Ghanaians applauded her arrest because of the unprecedented pace at which people were accusing the notorious and self-styled fetish priestess of duping them.

Many Ghananians were then left surprised when the self acclaimed fetish priestess stated emphatically that,she is now a new person and has now accepted Jesus Christ as her lord and personal saviour.

She added that, she should no longer be called Nana Agradaa and that her new name is Evangelist Patricia Koranteng.

She stated that she would lead a group of pastors to remove all of her gods and other materials in her possession that she was using in her idol worship.

This has triggered outrage among Ghanaians on social media and other online platforms. Many Ghananians are of the view that,she is using this as a yardstick to cover her shame as a result of her arrest.

Others believe that, regardless of whether she has embraced Christ, all of the money she has unlawfully received from people must be returned to the owners.

It is really sad in Africa; religion is one of our most serious problems. They now run and hide behind faith to avoid punishment after duping people for years.

It is commendable that she has embraced Christ, but she must be punished in accordance with the laws of the country in which she has transgressed.

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