“I Will Forever Defend My Title” Rev. Obofour Shades Nana Agradaa
Nana Agradaa ‘s sudden dramatic declaration of her conversion to Christianity has raised eyebrows and has become a national topic in the process for the past few days.
The self-acclaimed priestess’s sudden decision to accept the Christian faith comes after she was arrested by the police bail by the court.
In a press conference, Nana Agradaa claims that she was warned that if she decides to accept the Christian faith and abandon her old ways, she will face spiritual and physical attacks so she isn’t surprised she was arrested and sent to court.
She also claimed that her name has been changed from the one we all know to Evangelist Patricia Oduro Korateng, adding that she shouldn’t be addressed as a priestess.
Social media users reacted to her sudden conversion as they descend on her for trying to make a fool out of the people she scammed with her “Sika Gari” fraud.
Some are of the view that Nana Agradaa is devising a strategy to gain the trust of Ghanaians and also to escape her jail term which awaits her for frauding people for so many years.
Others are also demanding refunds from the self-acclaimed woman of God after she duped them of their hard-earned money.
Rev. Obofour has added his voice to the ongoing fracas on social media regarding Nana Agradaa’s conversion.
In a video he posted on his Twitter page, Rev. Obofour tagged Nana Agradaa as a fake who has to be watched with eagle eyes.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, Popular Ghanaian priestess, Patricia Asiedua who is known as Nana Agradaa has revealed that she has repented adding that she is now a fully converted Christian.
She made this known at her recent press conference held today to address issues and circumstances surrounding her arrest.