Nana Agradaa has lambasted her critics after a viral video of her requesting money from church members before they could formally join her church surfaced online.
As previously reported, the leader and founder of Agradaa Ministries International was overheard telling her church members that they needed to buy the membership card for ₵300 in order to be full members of her church and have full access to her divinity.
The video has generated a lot of reaction as social media users conclude that Nana Agradaa is still finding ways and means to fraud Ghanaians again.
Take a look at screenshot of the video below.
In this latest development, Nana Agradaa stated that she has the right to charge her members because it is her church and she doesnot give a damn about people says about her.
In the video connected to this story, the self-acclaimed Evangelist, who was having her hair done in a saloon, stated that she will soon increase the rate of the membership card to 500 if her members don’t purchases it early.
She went on to say that in the end, her church ministry is an expensive ministry and it is the members who stand to benefit the most from her ministry.
Are you sure that it is good for nana agradaa to charge that amount?
You can drop your opinion at the comment section below.
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