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    Family converges at cemetery to invoke curses on Nana Agradaa over alleged gold theft, assault

    Following a series of public demonstrations at the Parliament House and other institutions against Evangelist Patricia Asiedua for allegedly taking possession of her pot of gold, a woman named Sarah, accompanied by her relatives, has resorted to spiritual methods in an attempt to reclaim their asset and curse the self-proclaimed Evangelist.

    It can be recalled that Sarah and her daughter were seen at the Parliament House, fervently protesting against Evangelist Asiedua, popularly known as Nana Agradaa.

    Sarah accused her of stealing their pot of gold and engaging in an assault that involved an acid attack on her daughter.

    Yet, their endeavors to recover the gold have remained unsuccessful. In a new development, they have been captured at a cemetery engaging in rituals and invoking curses on Nana Agradaa.

    Adorned in garments of black and red, Sarah and some members of her family were seen pouring libation and chanting incantations against Nana Agradaa in their Nzema language.

    A video circulating online captures these family members as they invoke Nana Agradaa’s name and vehemently bestow curses upon her.

    The Earlier Street Protest

    On Thursday, May 16, 2024, Sarah, aged 30, and her daughter took to the streets to protest against Rev. Patricia Oduro Asiedua, also known as Nana Agradaa, the General Overseer of Heaven Way Chapel.

    Sarah alleged that Nana Agradaa was involved in the theft of gold, fraud, and an acid attack on the young girl.

    Police sources confirmed receiving a notification of the protest from Sarah Abraham, who also expressed her intention to submit petitions to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and other relevant bodies seeking justice.

    According to those close to Sarah, her determined pursuit is to recover the gold and secure justice for her daughter, who is believed to have been the victim of an acid attack, a repercussion of the ongoing battle over the treasured metal.

    Her notification of protest to the police stated, “We write to notify the Police of our intention to hold a peaceful two-person protest on Thursday, May 16, 2024, from the hours of 9:00 am to 11:00 noon.

    The purpose of this protest is to draw the public’s attention to Rev. Patricia Oduro Asiedua, the General Overseer of the Heaven Way Chapel, known in public life as Nana Agradaa and Evangelist Mama Pat, on an alleged criminal gold theft and acid assault.

    The protest will start from the Obra Spot at the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange in Accra, and the petitions to the Inspector General of Police, the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO), the Speaker of Parliament, the Chief Justice, and Peace Watch Ghana will be presented afterward.”


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