After working as a scammer and a fake ritualist for the last few years, Nana Agradaa, who is known in private life as Patricia Asiedu appears to have found a way to do what she does best.
Following her supposed repentance recently and baptism by some men of God who are revered in the clergy space of Ghana, Nana Agradaa has decided to set up a church as a replacement for the shrine she used to dupe people at.
In some video which has surfaced online and sighted by zionfelix.net, Nana Agradaa who now refers to herself as Evangelist Patricia Asiedu is seen speaking the voice of the Lord to some members of her church.
She is seen telling one man who was standing before the altar in the church what God had supposedly directed her to tell him about the place he was evicted from — a statement the man confirmed to be true.
In other videos sighted online, she was also seen anointing the hands and foreheads of the members of her church as part of her Good Friday Easter service.
The videos have seen a section of Ghanaians react in disgust that some people will still believe that Nana Agradaa is a born-again Christian and go to a church she has started for a miracle.