Some months ago, Nana Agradaa a traditional priest who is alleged to have made wealth for herself by duping gullible Ghanaians finally repented to be a Christian. This repentance came when she was arrested by the police and kept in Police custody.
She claimed she had a revelation when she was in cells to preach the word of God. This made her later became an evangelist after she was released. She was baptized and later made it known to Ghanaians that her new name is Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng.
The questions which were on the minds of Ghanaians was that "what will her right hand man Big Akwes do since her master has repented? But earlier today, what we have chanced upon have shown that Big Akwes really mean to take over the "priest business".
See his flier;
A lot of people have reacted to this flier. Let us see some comments from people who commented;
What do you think about this news? What do you think influenced his decision to do this? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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