Nana Agradaa has said the so-called festish priest who prevented a Ghanaian businessman from sacrificing his daughter for ritual purposes is fake.
The man, Evans Oppong, was picked up by the police at Oyibi in the Greater Accra Region for attempting to sacrifice his young daughter for money rituals in a viral video shared online a few days ago in a viral video that surfaced days ago.
The herbalist/fetish priest explained how things unfolded in the video saying; “The girl’s father came to see me; he told me he just landed in the country after staying overseas for a while and it hasn’t been easy for him”.
“He told me he is a father of 12 and is offering two of them for money rituals”.
“He offered me GHS 10,000 and other good surprises when the job is done. Sadly, he had just picked the daughter up during school hours and told her he was going to get her a new dress”, the herbalist narrated.
“Yes, I am a herbalist but I am also a military man. I am very disciplined. I don’t engage in any sinister activities. I want to prove to the world that herbalists are not as evil as they are painted. We are not killers as is portrayed in movies, we are healers. I have the little girl he brought for me to kill”
This report is still trending and has divided opinions online as most people think the herbalist, Nana Adu-Boafo should be investigated because something does not add up.
Nana Agradaa equally belongs to the school of thought who believes he has to be investigated because he made all that up to get the man arrested after squandering his money.