The Same People Who Go to Church Come to Visit Me, 80% of My Clients Are Christians – Nana Agradaa Exposes Ghanaians

1 min


Despite our love for proclaiming how moral we are as Ghanaians and as Christians, to the extent that a mere s*x ed curriculum is described as the work of the devil, it’s clear Ghanaians are mostly hypocrites in disguise.

The country is a corrupt mess, from the people to the leadership, and it’s mostly Christians perpetrating all that corruption.

READ ALSO: Anas Drops Trailer of His Next Exposé Titled ‘Aba Yee’ – Looking at the Corruption of AMA’s City Guards – VIDEO

Also, it turns out the so-called belief in God can only take you so far because a lot of Ghanaian Christians have no problem going to ‘juju’ for solutions to life’s problems.

According to the fetish priestess Nana Agradaa, about 80% of her clients are Christians.

“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?” Nana Agradaa told SVTV Africa in an interview.

“…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.”

READ ALSO: Redefining Your Friends—A Night of Dinner and Conversations with Nana Aba Anamoah

There are many pastors who have also been accused of getting their ‘powers’ from fetish priests. Just another day stewing in Ghanaian hypocrisy.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


Nii Smiley Byte
Nii Smiley Byte, often called Moonbyte but sometimes called Godwin, is the Managing Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com. He also moonlights as a fixer for foreign journalists travelling to Ghana for work. Nii has three strong passions in life -- football, blogging and music -- in that order. When you don't find him behind his laptop doing this, you'll find him watching football or chatting with friends - sometimes all three at the same time. His motto is that 'you can do everything you set your mind to', stolen without regret from the greatest rapper the world has ever seen, Eminem. Nii is a secular humanist who sees religion as Africa's biggest obstacle to progress. To reach him for writing or fixing gigs, contact [email protected]