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Nana Agradaa Declares Herself Single After Finally Parting Ways With Her Husband

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Controversial woman of God, Nana Agradaa has revealed that she has finally given up on fighting for the love of her husband.

In the latest post on her social media page, Nana Agradaa wrote: “Thank you Jesus finally, finally am single now“. A few days ago, Nana Agradaa vowed to expose her husband for the whole world to see the kind of person he is.

In a self-recorded video, Agradaa aka Evangelist Pat made it clear that she wasn’t going to speak about her husband’s issue again.

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Rather, she will pray to God for him to expose him for the evil man he is.

In earlier report, Evangelist Mama Pat decided to give her estranged husband another chance after realizing that she can’t live without him.

Evangelist Nana Agradaa kicked her husband out of her mansion after he was caught cheating on her.

But after going away for a long time with his new lover, Agradaa’s husband Eric Oduro Koranteng finally decided to return. Nana Agradaa who had missed her husband received him with open arms.

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According to her, what many don’t know is the fact that, she started dating her husband at the age of 16 but they had to part ways later when her grandmother died and she was next to succeed her in the fetish world.

“When the time came for me to become a fetish priestess, he didn’t like it so we separated. At that time he wasn’t a Christian and didn’t understand God so much,” she said in Twi.

Watch the video below:

Source: Ghanacelebrities.com


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