After over 20 years of idol worship, popular fetish priestess Nana Agradaa has said he is now a born-again and Holy Spirit filled Christian, who would spend the rest of her life as an Evangelist, preaching to convert people into Christianity.
She said he name is now Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng and that she would burn all her idols and deities in coming days.
Agradaa said she would work selflessly towards the promotion and advancement of the Kingdom of God. She would however keep to herself, all the money she made by defrauding people through her idol worship and fetish business practice.
The controversial woman addressed a press conference in Accra yesterday where she said over the years, she had received several prophecies that she has to stop her work as a fetish priestess and become a Christian pastor.
Agradaa said she however ignored all the prophecies until recently when she was arrested and put in cells over licensing challenges with her Thunder Television.
She said it was during her stay in police cells that she prayed to God to save her and that she was now ready to do God’s work.
Agradaa while in cells, said she entered into a covenant with God that if she gets a miracle to escape the charges leveled against her, she would spend the rest of her life as a Christian evangelist.
Before addressing the press conference, Nana Agradaa asked that she should be given an opportunity to sing a gospel song.
Agradaa said he was encouraged when gospel musician, Nicholas Omane Acheampong and the Great Ampong all turned up in court to tell her it was time for her to do the work of God.
She said she knelt down and begged Omane Acheampong for all the wrongs she had done him.
Agradaa said she was excited that she was not given a custodial sentence but rather made to sign an undertaking and deposit her passport.
The cantankerous traditional priestess was recently arrested over her supposed money doubling antics on her television station, Thunder TV, which was also closed down for operating without the appropriate license.
Her arrest was largely applauded by a large section of the public who say it is long overdue.
Nana Agradaa has over the years advertised on her station her supposed powers and [rowers at doubling any amount of money.
While many have described her claims as fraudulent and several persons have reported they have fallen victims to her craft, it turned out after her arrest that the television station itself had not been properly licensed by the National Communications Authority.
The subject of wrongful television content, especially persons who appear of television with claims of ability to double money through supernatural powers have become a topical subject of national interest in recent times.
It gained news headlines after two teenagers who are standing trail on accusations that they had killed a 10-year-old boy ostensibly to use his body for money rituals said they had the inspiration from such spiritualists on television.