Nana Agradaa, a well-known fetish priestess, has kept her vow to destroy her gods after repenting.
The gods of Agradaa have been brought out by the street in front of her house at Sowutuom in Accra, according to a video posted by YEN.com.gh on UTV.
After being packed with other items such as bottles of schnapps, a black stool, and fetish regalia, it was set on fire to burn.
Following a prayer session led by Agradaa, her husband Eric Oduro Kornateng, and others, the objects were set on fire.
Hundreds of people crowded Agradaa's house on Thursday, April 29, 2021, to witness the burning of her gods.
Other motorists passing by could be seen getting a glimpse of what was going on.
Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng, Agradaa's new name, was seen dressed in white and carrying a large Holy Bible.
On Tuesday, April 28, 2021, Agradaa held a press conference to discuss concerns surrounding her latest legal troubles.
The gods are being burned only two days after Agradaa declared that she had found Christ and would no longer worship 'gods.'
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