Powerful traditional priestess, Nana Agradaa has cautioned Ghanaians who have been coming to her premises for money ritual following the huge financial difficulties that have laid its tyrant hands-on the homes of poor Ghanaians amid coronavirus.
As the financial difficulties turn to make its way and unemployment turn to be the order of the day, as a result, the majority of the citizenry especially the youths have devised ways and means to get financial freedom with money rituals being part of the short cuts to financial freedom.
In Ghana, for instance, Nana Agradaa is one of the well-known traditional priests who help people have financial freedom and this controversial figure has been linked with a bucket full of fraud allegations.
But according to Nana Agradaa, irrespective of the deplorable financial status of a person, whoever is below Ghana’s voting age is not required to come to her shrine for financial assistance. To the best knowledge of the powerful traditional priestess, under 18 people don’t need a whopping amount of money for anything.
Nana Agradaa issued this strong warning in the studios of Thunder television when she was responding to the popular perception that she’s being duping those who come to her shrine at Sowutoum for help in an interview with popular Kumawood figure, Big Akwes.