- Agradaa has been spotted in a video leading the choir during a church service
- She was seen dressed very beautifully as she sang a popular local gospel song
- The former traditional priestess gave up her practice some months ago after she got involved with the police
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Repented traditional priestess and Sika Gari crooner, Patricia Aseidua, famed as Nana Agradaa, has been spotted in a new video leading a choir during church service.
In the new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Agradaa who has said she is to be now called Evangelist Patricia Aseidua, was seen in a 'highly spiritual' mood as she sang in church.
The former priestess of the Sika Gari shrine was looking very pretty as she ministered her song to the congregants.
As she sang the song, she was being backed by the entire choir and some members of the congregation who knew the song.
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The pastor of the church appeared in the background as he paced up and down the altar while enjoying Agradaa's ministration.
As usual, Agradaa was seen beautifully dressed in a free-flowing dress and complemented her look with heavy make up.
Patricia Aseidua has over a couple of weeks, kept to her resolve not to go back to her traditional practice and her popular money-doubling scheme known as Sika Gari.
She has hinted that she is also on her way to becoming an evangelist of the gospel.
Meanwhile, Maxin Mawushie Mensah, the daughter of star actress Nana Ama McBrown has been seen in the most adorable video ever speaking local language, Twi with her mother.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Maxin famed as Baby Maxin, was seen standing on an air conditioning outlet.
She pointed to her shoes and told her mother, Nana Ama McBrown that she did not want to wear her shoes.
The fascinating aspect of the whole thing was that Baby Maxin was already wearing a pair of shoes and pointed to them saying she did not want to wear them.