Patricia Aseiduaa, also known as Nana Agradaa, is a well-known Ghanaian priestess known for her "Sika gari." Nana Agradaa is also known for being a thorn in the side of several prominent Ghanaian pastors, including Obinim, Rev Obofour, and Sofo Kyere Abosom.
Nana Agradaa, born Patricia Aseiduaa, made headlines not long ago when she was arrested on suspicion of running a scam with her Sika gari. Many people were glad she was arrested while some were not. Agradaa was convicted, released on bail, and then arrested again.
She called a press conference from police cells after being released from prison to declare that she will no longer practice as a traditionalist.
Evangelist Patricia Oduro- Koranteng, the famous priestess, has changed her name from Nana Agradaa to Evangelist Patricia Oduro- Koranteng. Many people believe her repentance is phony, and Rev Obofour agrees.
However, it appears that Agradaa will be organizing a rival in no time, as a flyer confirming her rival's existence has been seen on social media.
The flyer that has been circulating on social media has gotten a lot of attention. Some claim Nana Agradaa cannot call herself an Evangelist because she has not been ordained as one, based on their reaction.
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