For the past two weeks to three weeks we have been seeing headlines of what is known to be the repentance of fetish priestess, who is known for money doubling miracles, and it seems even her repentance, her past life is trying to catch up with her. "Patricia Asieduaa Koranteng" who was formerly known as "Nana Agradaa", has decided to take up the Christian faith and burnt her fetish idols.
According to reports, she was arrested for operating two TV channels without a license, but she was released after a ¢5000 bail, and her court hearing was meant to be 12th May, 2021. It was reported that she entered the court room through the front door and was seated for a while, but when her case was called up, Agradaa was no where to be found. It is believed that she seized an opportunity to flee the court premises and drove off.
It can be said that Evangelist Agradaa left the court because she didn't want to face the wrath of the law and other accusations related to fetish fraud as she has been accused of defrauding her customers. But let us not forget that Agradaa never forced anyone to come to her and she has the right to practice her religious beliefs.
1. Ghanaians ought to have learnt that seeking fast ways of doubling their money is not a good idea, as it can lead to money loss.
2. This proves that nobody is above the law and Evangelist Agradaa will still be summoned to the court when summoned by the court.
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