- A new photo of repented traditional priestess Nana Agradaa is going viral online
- The photo saw the former fetish priest hugging her Bible and looking very serious
- Agradaa turned over a new leaf after she was released from police grips over sika gari and operating her TV stations without proper authorisation
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Former traditional priestess-turned woman of God, Nana Agradaa, born Patricia Aseidu, has been spotted looking very serious while clinching her huge Bible.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Agradaa who now goes by the name Evangelist Patricia Aseidu was seen standing in front of her sika gari shrine.
The repented traditionalist was seen with a cloak around her shoulders, wearing some transparent sunglasses and holding her new Bible.
Nana Agradaa appeared to be in a very serious mood and one can conclude that she was in the spirit as she looked on while her sika gari idols were being destroyed.
The former traditional priestess famed for her money-doubling scheme together with media men and men of God, stormed her shrine to destroy and burn down her idols.
According to her, this important move was to prove to the whole world that her conversion from idol worship to Christianity was not a fluke but the real deal.
The new photo which has been circulating on social media ever since it was posted has attracted a lot of commentary from Ghanaians.
This particular one posted by Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix also had a lot of comments underneath it.
freshiyke_ wrote: "A month full of comedies ....I won't forget this April 2021 ....."
afia_a.champion noted: "No be small Bible Vangelist dey hold"
ewurah_abena2 quipped: "Dr. Evangelist Dooooooozi and Gabaani Aboooooooooozigii"
mrghana had this to say: "God is really patient with us or else ..."
j.ad_gh was not convinced about Agradaa's U-turn: "I feel very pity for the upcoming victims of this sham"
There were myriad of comments under the post with some rooting for Agradaa to do well as an evangelist and others claiming it was just a nine-day wonder.
Meanwhile, 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.
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