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I’m Charging My Church Members GH₵300 And So What? – Nana Agradaa Asks Critics



Nana Nana Agradaa has slammed her critics after a viral video of her demanding money form her church members before they can officially be part of her church surfaced online.

Nana Agradaa

In a previous report by, we shared thus;

“Celebrity priestess Nana Agradaa, who claims she has converted to Christianity and now goes by the name Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng, has been seen in a viral video telling members of her church to subscribe to her new GH₵300 membership card.

Speaking in her native language, Twi, Agradaa who established a church called Agradaa Ministries International barely 6 months after she gave her life to Jesus Christ, told the gullible congregation that they can fully be members of her church and have access to her divinity fully, they have to purchase the card. 

Back in April 2021, Agradaa had told reporters the reason for her conversion saying; ‘I will never worship my deities again. Don’t call me by the name Komfoɔ Agradaa again.

Call me Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng. I’m a changed person after God rescued me a few days ago. God has called me to preach His word.” 

In this new development, Nana Agradaa has said she has the right to charge her members because it’s her church and there’s nothing anyone can do about it.

In the video attached to this report, the controversial pastor who was having her done in a saloon said she will soon push the amount to GH₵500.

She then said in the end, it is the members who stand to gain much more from her ministry

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