Nana Agradaa, one of Ghana’s dreaded fetish priestess has made a shocking revelation that has left many tongues wagging about who a majority of her clients are.
According to the renowned priestess born Patricia Asiedu, about 80% of her clients are Christians who visit her occasionally for sorcery to enable them to face up with challenges in life.
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Despite one of the canon laws in the bible which is the first of the Ten Commandments God gave to Moses which reads: “You shall have no other gods before me (Exodus 20:3)”, she reveals how hundreds of Christians troop to her shrine for support.
“A lot of politicians visit me, but when they go to church, they will be thanking pastors. Have you heard someone acknowledging a fetish priest in public before? So it’s hypocrisy. These same people who go to church come to me for help and about 80% of people who visit me are Christians.” She told DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa in a live Facebook streaming monitored by MyNewsGh.com.
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Asked if she will train and allow her daughter to take after her when she is dead and gone, she said ““I will never allow my child to join priesthood…when you’re doing this kind of work, people don’t like to get close to you. A gospel artiste once invited me to her album launch, I gave and supported her with money, but when she was acknowledging the people who helped her on TV. She failed to mention Nana Agradaa because she was shy to mention a fetish priestess. Looking at all these, I would not allow my daughter to become a fetish priestess”