- Repented traditional priest, Nana Agradaa, has flaunted her new iPhone 13 in a video that is gaining a lot of attention on social media
- According to the lady now known as Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng, the phone was bought by her husband
- YEN.com.gh has put together some of the interesting comments that Ghanaians have been sharing after watching the video
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Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng, better known by many Ghanaians as Nana Agradaa, has posted an exciting video of herself celebrating after getting the new iPhone 13 pro max.
In the video, the woman who converted from being a traditional priest to an evangelist months ago and generated a lot of buzz on social media, unveiled the iPhone right from the box.
"You all remember that when iPhone 12 came out fresh, I 'launched' it in Ghana, and now that iPhone 13 is now out, I've decided once again to 'launch' it for all of you to see," she said.
After watching the video, a lot of Ghanaians have been expressing their thoughts, most of which was equally exciting as Nana Agradaa's reaction in the video.
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Social media reactions
Below were some of the comments
nana_ayisher28 hilariously asked:
Who’s here to read comments
Eeeiii mama everything you go use to cut song who is your mummy again? their fada
Do you know how to use the phone ma'am? Or just the camera?
Mom pls me de3 i don't need iPhone 13 pro max oo but i need a little money to start some business
See the video below
Nana Agradaa's new car
Not long ago, the former fetish priestess turned evangelist Nana Agradaa, born Patricia Asiedu, flexed her wealth after purchasing a brand new Lexus whip.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh, the outspoken media owner shows off her new luxury car whilst some young mechanics were fixing and tightening some components of the newly arrived vehicle, parked in her mansion.
Evangelist Patricia Asiedu, as she prefers to be called following her recent rebirth, owned her bragging rights, saying that when one buys a brand new car from outside the nation, and it arrives with all the components assembled, then it's fake.
Source: Yen Ghana