Ghanaian self-styled spiritualist, fetish priestess, and media personality and born-again Christian Patricia Asieduaa, popularly known as Nana Agradaa nearly drowned her member during baptism.
The Evangelist Nana Agradaa who was baptize in a swimming pool was seen in the viral video baptizing her said member at the seashore together with another pastor.
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Nana Agradaa, also known as Patricia Asieduaa, is a Ghanaian self-styled spiritualist, fetish priestess, and media personality. She was born on April 14, 1976, in the Ashanti Region of Ghana, where she spent most of her early life. Nana Agradaa gained nationwide notoriety for her controversial spiritual practices, which have been the subject of much debate and scrutiny in Ghanaian society.
Growing up, Nana Agradaa was raised in a family that had a strong belief in traditional African religion. Her father was a fetish priest, and she learned many spiritual practices from him. As a young girl, she accompanied her father on many of his spiritual journeys, and this gave her a deep understanding of the traditional spiritual practices of her culture. As she grew older, she began to develop her own spiritual practices, which eventually led her to become a fetish priestess.
Nana Agradaa’s rise to fame came in the mid-2000s when she began to appear on various Ghanaian TV channels as a spiritualist. She quickly became known for her controversial and sometimes outrageous methods of performing her spiritual duties, which often involved the use of fetish items such as animal parts, herbs, and water. Her popularity grew as she began to attract a large following of people who believed in her spiritual powers and sought her help with their problems.
In 2018, Nana Agradaa launched her own TV station, Thunder TV, which quickly became one of the most popular stations in Ghana. The station aired a range of spiritual programs, including live prayers, readings, and consultations. However, it was the station’s promotion of “sika gari,” a ritual that purportedly multiplied money for viewers, that led to Nana Agradaa’s downfall.
In April 2021, Nana Agradaa was arrested by the Ghanaian police for promoting “sika gari” and operating a TV station without a license. She was subsequently charged with two counts of operating a television station without a license and two counts of promoting “sika gari.” She was also accused of defrauding people of large sums of money by promising to double their money through the ritual. She later pleaded guilty to the charges and was fined GH¢46,000 ($8,000) by the court.
Following her arrest, Nana Agradaa renounced her previous spiritual practices and publicly declared her conversion to Christianity. She also changed her name from Nana Agradaa to Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng. She began to preach the gospel on her new TV station, which she named “Asetena TV,” and urged her followers to abandon their belief in traditional African religion and embrace Christianity.
Nana Agradaa’s story has been a subject of much debate and controversy in Ghanaian society. While some people view her as a fraud who preyed on people’s beliefs and superstitions for financial gain, others see her as a victim of a system that marginalizes traditional African religions and forces people to abandon their cultural practices in favor of Christianity.
Regardless of one’s opinion on Nana Agradaa’s spiritual practices, her story provides a fascinating insight into the complex and often fraught relationship between traditional African religion and Christianity in modern Ghanaian society. Her journey from fetish priestess to Christian evangelist also highlights the power of religious conversion and the role it can play in shaping an individual’s identity and worldview.
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