- Ghanaian priestess, Nana Agradaa, has visited Reverend Owusu Bempah's church
- Nana Agradaa was captured singing at the church to worshipers in a video
- The popular priestess also made a cash donation of GHC10,000
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While light and darkness should or cannot be yoked together, it appears the trends with modern Christianity affirms the opposite and the latest is the bold appearance of Nana Agradaa at Rev. Owusu Bempah’s church.
The outspoken female Ghanaian traditional priestess was recently spotted in the church of Reverend Owusu Bempah in a video gaining traction on social media.
Several reports say the popular traditional priestess decided to visit the church to worship and pray with him and his congregation.
Nana Agradaa who is reportedly married to a man of God, certainly did her best to make sure her presence was felt while leaving prints of her visit with a powerful worship performance.
Addressing the church members, the Thunder TV owner, said she believes in God and Jesus Christ despite being a fetish priestess and she came to the church to worship and pray to God for the new year.
Nana Agradda donated a cash amount of GH¢10,000 to support God’s work as the year begins.
She handed the money over to the church right in front of the congregation.
Watch video below:
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Despite the economic hardships some Ghanaians complain of, their massive wealth keeps growing which evident in their expensive lifestyles.
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