Once a fetish priestess now a Christian convert baptised and transformed by the word of God. Nana Agradaa, the renowned fetish priestess and owner of two television stations accepted christ after many years of serving idols and rendering money doubling services to her client.
She operated for many years at Sowutuom claiming to possess supernatural powers from her gods in doubling the money her client brings. Many Ghanaians were however not enthused and labeled her as as a scam. Things took a different turn when the National Communication Authority in collaboration with the security agencies stormed her TV premises.
The authorities apprehended her for operating TV stations without proper documents. She was subsequently released. A few days after, she announced her repentece from practising fetishism to christianity in a press briefing. She opined that God has given another opportunity to turn from her idol worshiping or else, the worse awaits her. She was eventually baptised and allowed her gods to be burnt.
Fast forward to this day, the self acclaimed evangelist is spotted in a video singing praises to God. She was looking splendid and sensational in her Green attire. Does this in anyway suggest life in christ is better than serving idols? Your comments and views are welcomed.
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