Nana Agradaa has finally responded to allegations of defrauding her church members
Evangelist Patricia Asiedua, also known as Nana Agradaa, has responded to accusations of fraud by denying defrauding or swindling her church members.
In a video, she explained that she actually invited church members for service last Friday and distributed money to help them with their various businesses.
She also said she invited anyone interested in receiving assistance to come to church on Friday (October 7, 2022), convert to Christianity, and become a church member.
Last Friday, she said, there was also fundraising through offertory, as is customary for a church.
As a result, if new members were attending church for the first time and wrote their names, offered money to support the church, and did not receive anything in return from her, they should count themselves as new members, their opportune time will surely come, and they should not attribute that to fraud.
She disagreed with the allegation that the GH1000, GH800, GH700, and coins offertory by churchgoers who willingly donated should be interpreted as fraud.