Nana Kwaku Bonsam a well-known Ghanaian traditional priest has described fetish priestess Nana Agradaa’s act of setting her gods on fire as a stunt.
According to him, she only burnt the artifacts because she bought them from art center in Accra and they were no powerful gods like people thought.
In an interview with Rev Nyansa Boakwa on Happy 98.9 FM’s NsemPii he said, “All the things she burnt carry no power but they are just wood carvings. Even the smock she wears is fake and has no power in it as well. There are some smocks once you wear them, you feel a strong power come over you and everyone around you knows instantly that there’s a strong power in the world but, that is not the type she wears”.
He went on to say that Nana Agradaa does not have any powers because if she really did she would not have been able to burn what she claims were gods “If really what she burnt were gods I don’t think she’ll still be alive by now”.
Fast forward, Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwah Yiadom, founder and leader of Ebenezer Worship Center, has added his voice to the buzz and first time praised Ghana’s traditional priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam.
According to Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwah Yiadom affectionately called Prophet One, Ghanaians should not believe in Nana Agradaa’s repentance as spirits are invisible so the gods Agradaa claimed to have burnt are empty and rubbish.
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