Many Ghanaians think the police shouldn't waste their time on this current development of an alleged scam involving Nana Agradaa and her church members. There are serious and important crimes to attend to and leave those people to suffer. How can a stable-minded person send money to an acclaimed evangelist for money doubling? They should rather be arrested.
Prophetess Mama Pat is the new name for the repented fetish priestess and the founder of Heaven Way Church which is located at Weija in the Greater Accra Region. She has done it once again and this time around has taken the whole "scamming" business to a different level.
According to a female church member, the embattled minister of God's word promised they would receive financial breakthroughs should they offer their money to God in a Tv advert she watched. To grab these blessings, she obliged and gave out her money just like many others.
Sadly, she traveled from the Northern region with pleasure to receive the blessings of God as made known in the televised advert. On the contrary, her expectations weren't met and she is disappointed with everything whiles showing her empty purse to the camera.
To add fuel to the fire, the prophetess according to the lady played Ghanaian popular dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale's song titled "Kakai" to them. This was after she had scammed them at the church premises.
"She was playing and singing Shatta Wale's song Kakai to us, My purse is empty now, I don't have lorry fare" the lady stated.
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