Family gathers at cemetery to curse Nana Agradaa for alleged gold theft and assault

By Majesty 3 Min Read

After several public protests against Evangelist Patricia Asiedua at Parliament House and other places for allegedly stealing her pot of gold, Sarah, along with her family members, has turned to spiritual means to retrieve their possession and curse the self-described Evangelist. 

Recall that Sarah and her daughter were spotted vociferously denouncing Evangelist Asiedua, also referred to as Nana Agradaa, inside the Parliament House. 

She had attacked her daughter with acid, according to Sarah, who also accused her of stealing their pot of gold. Still, their attempts to get the gold back have failed. 

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Recently, they were seen performing rituals and casting curses on Nana Agradaa in a cemetery. Wearing crimson and black clothing, Sarah and a few of her family members were observed chanting incantations in their Nzema language and pouring libations upon Nana Agradaa. 

These family members are seen fiercely cursing Nana Agradaa and calling out her name in a video that has gone viral. 

The Previous Demonstration on the Street On Thursday, May 16, 2024, thirty-year-old Sarah and her daughter demonstrated against Heaven Way Chapel’s general overseer, Rev. Patricia Oduro Asiedua, popularly known as Nana Agradaa. 

Sarah said that Nana Agradaa was complicit in the young girl’s acid attack, deception, and gold theft. 

According to police sources, Sarah Abraham notified them of the demonstration and stated that she intended to petition the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and other pertinent authorities in order to seek justice. 

Those who know Sarah well say that she is adamant about getting the gold back and getting justice for her daughter, who was allegedly attacked by acid as a result of the ongoing struggle for the valuable metal. 

“We write to advise the Police of our intention to hold a peaceful two-person protest on Thursday, May 16, 2024, during the hours of 9:00 am to 11:00 noon,” she wrote in her protest notification to the police.

 This demonstration is meant to bring attention to the allegations of illegal gold theft and acid assault against Rev. Patricia Oduro Asiedua, the General Overseer of the Heaven Way Chapel and also known as Evangelist Mama Pat and Nana Agradaa. 

The demonstration will begin at the Obra Spot at the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange in Accra, and following that, petitions will be delivered to the Chief Justice, the Speaker of Parliament, the Inspector General of Police, the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO), and Peace Watch Ghana.

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