The Holy Scriptures said that "If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come" - 2 Corinthians 5:17. But the sudden change of religion of the popular fetish priestess, Nana Agradaa from traditional religion to Christianity has come as a surprise to many Ghanaians.
Many Ghanaians have questioned that, why didn't she convert a long time ago but waited for her arrest before coming out with the 'trickiest' attitude of being saved by the Lord Jesus Christ. Others are of the view that Nana Agradaa needs to pay back all the money she used her 'sika gari' to dupe innocent Ghanaians before they believe that she has really changed.
A Photo of 'born again' Nana Agradaa holding the Holy Bible firmly recently pops up online and Ghanaians cannot keep silent on this photo. New Christians need the word of God to put away every darkness in their ways as the enemy will not rest unless they missed their ways again. But some Ghanaians are of the view that Nana Agradaa is going to dupe even more people with the Holy Bible as some pastors in Ghana are already into it.
Check out some comments of some Ghanaians about the Holy Bible Nana Agradaa was holding:
A Facebook user known as Prosper Ocansey reacted that "When you are truly born again, you need to make peace with people you've wronged, give back what doesn't belong to you, go through biblical teachings, get baptized, etc. You don't carry the title "Evangelist" overnight".
Another Facebook user said that "Agradaa is still 419 woman, so Ghanaians must be very careful with her. She is the same yesterday, today, and forever".
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