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Agradaa's Actions Were Acceptable - Oboy Siki

The Prophetess Mam Pat, also known as Nana Agradaa, is just like many other people in Ghana, according to controversial actor Oboy Siki, real name Nana Ofori Agyemang.

Former high priestess Patricia Asieduaa, also known as Nana Agradaa, was detained and taken into custody by the security authorities last week after making headlines for yet another money double fraud.

The prophetess allegedly misled some of her flock in a slew of recordings that immediately went viral online. She was detained for allegedly using false advertising in which she guaranteed to multiply any investment made in her company.

Oboy Siki declared during an appearance on Ghanaman TV's "Ka Na Wu" program that the self-described prophetess' activities were in line with those of other men of God in the country.

According to Oboy Siki, Agradaa's actions were acceptable. By asking for donations from the congregation while claiming to be a "man of God," she is merely continuing the tradition of past self-styled "men of God."

The first demand from Agradaa was 1000ghc, however the actual cost is higher once you arrive at your destination.

Some people frequently scavenge 1,000 Ghana cedis or even the tiniest coin from the churches they go to. The woman, according to Oboy Siki, had learned this information from the same "pastors, Apostles, and prophets" he had heard of.

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