The recent release of popular priestess, Nana Agradaa from police custody sparked several conversations among Ghanaians. Though the court announced that her case was still under review, many Ghanaians showed massive dissatisfaction in the decision as a whole. Nana Agradaa who was to face several allegations took a different stand after her release. This caused a lot of confusion in the minds of Ghanaians.
Speaking in a press conference earlier today, Priestess Nana Agradaa announced that she she is no longer a spiritualist. She revealed that she is now a born-again Christian. This message came as a shock to many Ghanaians as some individuals came out to praise her for her great decision. On the other hand, others lashed out some criticisms as the pointed out some of the things she did as a priestess.
Angel fm's presenter, Appiah Kubi is one of such critics as he shared his thoughts about the issue. 'We are not kids', Appiah Kubi said as he pointed out to the fact that Agradaa cannot just become a christian all of a sudden. According to the presenter, the popular priestess has a reason for taking that decision which Ghanaians must know. Appiah Kubi clearly stated that, the woman has evil intentions for Ghanaians. He also warned individuals to be careful about Nana Agradaa.
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