- Husband of repented fetish priestess Agradaa has opened up about her U-turn
- According to him, he had been praying for God to turn his wife's heart from idol worship
- He added that he had been slandered by many people for marrying a fetish priestess as a man of God
Pastor Eric Oduro-Koranteng, husband of embattled traditional priestess now-turned Christian, Nana Agradaa, born Patricia Aseidu, has opened up on his wife's conversion.
According to the man of God, he had been praying and waiting for the day that his wife was going to give up her idol worship to join him pastor his church.
Pastor Eric Oduro-Koranteng went on to say that he had gone on his knees for 5 years to pray to God together with other men of God to touch the heart of Nana Agradaa.
He said many people criticised him and he was insulted many times for getting married to Agradaa knowing full well that she was a traditional priestess.
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According to him, his wife's belief as a traditionalist did not make her less of a woman and human being but he knew what he wanted to achieve by marrying her.
“When you listen outside, you would’ve heard people insulting me asking why I am married to a fetish priestess as a pastor. Being a fetish priest did not mean she was less of a human. These are the people God wants to do his work", Pastor Oduro-Koranteng is reported to have said.
He added that his Christian principles and teachings spoke against discrimination but he knew his prayers about his wife were going to be answered one day.
"She is my wife and I can’t say because she was a priestess, I was leaving her to marry another woman, that’s not what we are taught. It took us five good years, myself and my senior pastor to come to this day,” the man of God reportedly added.
Meanwhile, actor and director, Kobi Rana, has taken a swipe at Akuapem Poloo born Rosemond Alade Brown for doing ‘too much’ after her lawyer secured her release from prison.
Rana, in a social media post, advised Akuapem Poloo to take things easy and rather stay mute for a while because all eyes were currently on her.
The experienced movie director went on that all Akuapem Poloo had to do was to show appreciation to the people who helped her get her freedom back and coil back into her shell.
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