Agradaa opens up on why she decided to stop doing 'sika gari' to work for God (video)
- Nana Agradaa has said that she is now going to work for God
- According to her, she went on a covenant with God while she was behind bars
- She revealed that she was only fulfilling her end of the bargain after asking God to deliver her from her troubles
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Outspoken Ghanaian traditional priestess who is now parading herself as a changed person, Patricia Aseidu has opened up about why she changed her ways.
While speaking at a press conference she called after her subsequent bail following 3 cases she was directly involved in, Agradaa said she was now an evangelist.
According to her, the decision to change her ways was necessitated after she went on a covenant with God to save her from the police case.
She said while being taken to court for her case to be heard for the very first time, she said a prayer to God and threw a challenge to the Almighty to come to her aid.
In return, she said she was going to give herself wholly to the work of God and proselytise for Christiandom.
She also revealed that gospel musicians Nicholas Omane Acheampong and Great Ampong also spoke to her en route to the courtroom and told her to give her life to God if she wanted to be saved.