- A video showing how Nana Agradaa performs her 'sika gari' ritual has popped up
- The popular priestess was seen seated in what looked like her shrine as she attended to someone
- In the video, the man who came to see her with GHC1,000 left with a bag full of money
A video that shows how popular traditional priestess, Nana Agradaa, born Patricia Aseidu performs her 'sika gari ritual' is making rounds on social media.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the priestess is seen seated in what looked like a shrine as she attended to a man who came to see her for help.
The man said he had come to seek better fortune and wealth since poverty had turned him into an enemy for his own family.
He indicated that he had come to the shrine with the sum of GHC1,000 and was asked by Nana Agradaa to drop it into a pot.
After doing just that, Nana Agradaa requested for a huge bowl from her assistant, placed it in front of her and covered it with a cloth.
She then uncovered the bowl halfway and poured what looked like powder into the bowl and covered it fully again.
Agradaa then led the man to make some incantations while her assistant was ringing a bell continuously.
Within split seconds, Agradaa uncovered the bowl and it was filled to the brim with different cedi denominations.
She then asked the man to take the money which he quickly packed into a jute bag that he brought with him.
Nana Agradaa has been in this business for many years and it is reported that her shrine is located in Sowutuom.
In a related development, Nana Agradaa is reported to have said that she has not duped anyone who came to her for help.
According to a social media account, Boga TV, which is run by a man named Old Boga, it was through a joint effort that Agradaa was accosted and arrested.
He however claimed that the priestess noted for her famous 'sika gari' money doubling scheme has refuted claims that she has ever duped any of her clients.
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Source: Yen News