- Gospel star Nicholas Omane Acheampong says he does not believe Nana Agradaa has changed as she claims
- After spending about 24 hours behind bars, she claimed she is no longer a fetish priestess after her release
- Acheampong believes Agradaa is not being honest
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Gospel star Nicholas Omane Acheampong says he doesn't believe Nana Agradaa is a changed person as she has been proclaiming in the past few days.
While speaking at a press conference after her bail following her arrest, Agradaa said she is now an evangelist.
According to her, the decision to change her ways was inspired by a covenant with God to save her from the police case.
She added that she was encouraged by a conversation with Acheampong to change her ways. The latter, however, says that the sudden and supposed change is all a ruse.
“No one wakes up and transforms from a fetish priest to an evangelist. You need to go through an apprenticeship," said the Aposor hitmaker in an interview with Kwame Dadzie.
"You don’t just wake up to become a woman of God. I can say on authority that Agradaa has not repented. Who is her godfather?”
Earlier, Agradaa claimed that 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 dedicate her life to 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.
Agradaa was granted bail after spending over 24 hours in police custody over allegations that she dupes people with her famous 'sika gari' money doubling scheme
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