Nana Agradaa, also known as Patricia Asiedua, an embattled priestess, has set fire to all the idols in her shrine after confessing to giving her soul to Christ.
On Thursday, April 29, Nana Agradaa, who claims to have repented of fetishism, asked several pastors, including her husband, who is also a pastor, to pray for her and assist her in putting her old gods to rest.
Nana Agradaa gathered all her idols in her shrine on Thursday morning in front of the public, and in the presence of her husband and pastors, set fire to all her deities to demonstrate the severity of her repentance to Christ.
Nana Agradaa was arrested for illegally running two television stations. Thunder TV and Ice1 TV, two of her television stations, were shut down along with 47 others around the country.
She was arraigned before an Accra circuit court and pled not guilty to the charges brought against her. She was given bail on the condition that she surrender her passport to the court’s register.
She was re-arrested on Thursday, April 22 after being given a GHC 5000 self-recognizance bail.
Agradaa expressed satisfaction from her run-in with the law and admitted giving her soul to Christ at a press conference she held after her release from police custody.
According to the priestess, Jesus rescued her and changed her name to Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng from Nana Agradaa.
Pastor Eric Oduro Koranteng’s wife and mother of two children is the former priestess. As a young believer in Christ, she has asked for forgiveness from all the pastors and people she has hurt.