Maame Yeboah Asiedu, a Ghanaian marital counselor and Rev. minister, and Nana Agradaa (Evangelist Patricia Asiedu) are at odds when the former alleged that the latter isn’t a true woman of God.
Maame Yeboah Asiedu labeled Agradaa as a phony after watching recordings of her organizing a prophetic anointing and healing session.
Nana Agradaa’s intention, she claims, is to deceive Ghanaians with “false repentance.”
Maame Yeboah, who appeared appalled by Agradaa’s acts, also stated in a Facebook live session that Agradaa hasn’t altered her ways and is instead using the veil of Christianity to defraud Ghanaians.
“You mentioned that you were anointed a few days ago. You held a phony prophetic service and aren’t ashamed of it. You’ve been defrauding people since your days as a fetish priestess, and you haven’t changed now that you pretend to have repented.
Do you consider the phrase prophetess to be childish? Do you believe that becoming a prophet is only for fools like you? When many questioned your sincerity, I was one of the first to support you. How about now?
Nothing has been altered. Send Agradaa this video and tell her I told her she wouldn’t succeed. The Bible isn’t a joke. Is your restoration complete? She grumbled, “How do you even deliver people when you (Agradaaa) need to be worked on?”
Agradaa responded to Maame Yeboah Asiedu’s outburst with a more savage attack on the marital counselor.
She not only insulted Maame Yeboah, but she also made some incriminating accusations against her.
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