- Nana Agradaa has announced that she has repented and become a Christian
- It turns out a young prophet, Telvin Sowah Adjei, predicted Agradaa's repentance
- Sowah's prediction from December 2020 has resurfaced on social media
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The most popular topic on social media now is the conversion of Nana Agradaa from traditional religion to Christianity.
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, Agradaa held a press conference on Tuesday, April 28, 2021, to address issues concerning her recent issues with the law.
At the press conference, Agradaa announced that she had found Christ and was stopping her worship of 'gods' to become a Christian.
She thus renounced the name Nana Agradaa and asked to be referred to as Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng.
The change of heart and faith by Agradaa has surprised many people on social media. But for one young man, it is only a manifestation of God's word.
The young known as Telvin Sowah Adjei who describes himself as a prophet of God is not surprised because he claims to have seen Agradaa's repentance in a prophecy and predicted it.
Sowah Adjei shared a screenshot of his prophecy with a date stamp from December 19, 2020.
In the prophecy from December 2020, Sowah indicated that he had seen Agradaa on huge billboards across Accra and Kumasi.
She performed miracles and drew loads of people to her crusades with some even questioning the genuineness of her ministry.
But according to Sowah's prophecy, Agradaa who was being called Osofo Baa (Female pastor) was going to be vindicated.
While his prophecy did not get much attention at the time, Sowah reshared it after the news of Agradaa's repentance came up.
Meanwhile, it has been almost one week since Agradaa had issues with the law and was put behind bars.
Nana Agradaa was busted during an operation by the National Communications Authority (NCA) on Tuesday, April 20, 2021.
The NCA's operation with the police was to shut down two TV stations belonging to Agradaa, ‘Thunder TV’ and ‘Ice 1 TV’.
A statement by the NCA indicated that Agradaa's stations which are located at Kasoa have expired licenses and were thus broadcasting without authorisation.
Agradaa's two stations were part of 49 TV stations to be closed down over issues of expired licenses.
After spending almost two days in custody, Agradaa was granted a self-recognisance bail in the sum of GHC500,000.
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