- Popular fetish priestess, Nana Agrada has revealed details about the death of two junior pastors belonging to pastors Obinim and Obofour
- According to Nana Agrada, junior pastors Senior Bright and Emmanuel Mireku Ampomah died mysteriously
- She revealed that they died because they switched camps between the two pastors Obinim and Obofour
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Ghanaian fetish priestess Nana Agrada has disclosed a secret about how two junior pastors of Obinim and Obofour died mysteriously.
According to the fetish priestess, Senior Bright and Emmanuel Mireku Ampomah died after leaving the camps of Obofour and Obinim.
In a video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Agrada revealed secrets and warned current junior pastors of Obinim and Obofour.
Nana Agrada narrated that Senior Bright perished in an accident on 15th February 2019 on his way to Takoradi.
Many media outlets reported the death by tagging Senior Bright as an adopted son of Bishop Obinim who sings in his church.
In an interview, Obinim explained that Senior Bright was his junior pastor but left to serve another pastor who was Rev. Obofour.
On the other hand, Emmanuel Mireku Ampomah according to Nana Agrada died mysteriously after leaving the camp of Rev. Obofour to serve Obinim.
Meanwhile, Bishop Obinim and Rev. Obofour are currently having a misunderstanding as they have jabbed each other in videos.
Prior to their recent misunderstanding, the two preachers were said to be friends until they went their separate ways.
Nana Agrada further cautioned the junior pastors of Obinim and Rev. Obofour, claiming that they could be used for sacrifice.
According to the fetish priestess, the junior preachers can also die like Senior Bright and Emmanuel Mireku.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Mmebusem after he released a new Jesus video.
After partying ways with Salinko, Mmebusem acted in a new video about preachers Obinim and Obofour.
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