A couple of days ago, the Priestess Okomfo Agradaa was arrested by the BNI for investigation and questioning with regards to television license issues. Okomfo Agradaa had gained the spotlight for allegedly defrauding people under the pretext of money doubling. It became a national topic while others were of the view that all unlicensed TV stations must equally be arrested.
The Priestess was granted bail and decided to address the media. In her submissions, you could tell that she wanted to change from her ways but she could not perhaps due to the benefits she derives from it. Recently, quite a number of prophecies came her way. Many of these prophecies indicated that God had plans to use the Priestess for his work. According to Okomfo Agradaa, she vowed and challenged God that if she comes out of these issues, she will give her life to Christ. She said her decision was in fulfillment of the promise she made to Christ when she was in cells.
In her interactions with the media, she stated that she met two renowned Gospel musicians who were on a mission to deliver a message to her. Both of them showed love and forgave her for whatever she did against them some time ago. The Priestess has finally embraced Jesus and vowed to dismantle her deities. She now prefers to be called Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng. This is good news and we pray she does not turn back to her old ways.
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