Nana Agradaa, a powerful traditional priestess has shockingly revealed that she helped a Gospel artiste during the launch of her album but in the end, she failed to acknowledge her.
Nana Agradaa who in an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa revealed that the majority of her clients are Christians who throng to her shrine to seek for all manner of help to enable them to face up with challenges in life noted that these followers after getting the result they want, rather go to church and shower the praises on their pastors because they feel ashamed to publicly acknowledge her.
“A lot of politicians visit me, but when they go to church, they will be thanking pastors. Have you heard someone acknowledging a fetish priest in public before? So it’s hypocrisy.
These same people who go to church come to me for help and about 80% of people who visit me are Christians.” She told DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa.
Touching on the Gospel artist who refused to acknowledge her after spending so much money at her event, she said:
“A gospel artiste once invited me to her album launch, I gave and supported her with money, but when she was acknowledging the people who helped her on TV, she failed to mention Nana Agradaa because she was shy to mention a fetish priestess. Looking at all these, I would not allow my daughter to become a fetish priestess.”
It could be recalled that gospel artiste Piesie Esther in 2017 invited popular fetish priestess Nana Agradaa to her album launch at the Alisa Hotel in Accra.
Nana Agradaa was seen sharing money at the event and following the media controversy generated by the unusual sight of a traditionalist at a Christian gospel show, the Agye Won Nsem singer emerged to explain that she threw an invitation to the fetish priestess because she had been her friend for many years and thought it wise to request her presence at her launch.