Popular fetish priestess, Nana Agradaa has denounced her affiliation with the African Traditional Religion, indicating that she is now a born-again Christian.

According to now self-proclaimed evangelist, the name Nana Agradaa no longer exists but rather she should be referred to as evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng.

The switch from religion to another, the former priestess born Patience Asiedua says is as a result of a divine calling she received from God and the help of pastor Joseph Kyere, founder of Trusted World Ministry.

“I will no longer work as a fetish priestess. I no longer want to even her the name Nana Agradaa…What the good Lord has done for me, the calling I have received and his salvation.

“When I went to church on Sunday, my pastor told me that the name the Lord has bestowed on me is evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng,” she told the press.

She has also rendered an unqualified apology to persons who may have been negatively affected by her actions when she served as a fetish priestess.

A joint team of police and National Security Intelligence operatives in collaboration with the National Communications Authority (NCA) on Wednesday, April 21, picked up Patience Asiedua together with others for operating two TV stations without a license.

She was, however, granted a ¢5,000 self-recognizance bail by an Accra Circuit Court last Thursday after not pleading guilty to the charges levelled against her.

But shortly after her release, videos making rounds on social media showed that the priestess has been rearrested by the police after a complaint filed by Rev Kwaku Agyei Antwi (alias Rev Obofour) against her.