Evangelist Patricia Aseidua, also known as Nana Agradaa, has revealed that she did not defraud her church members as previously reported.
Remember that a video surfaced over the weekend from Nana Agradaa’s church premises in which her church members were wailing about being duped by Nana Agradaa.
According to some of the victims who have been scammed by Nana Agradaa, she asked them to bring money so that she could double it for them, but the members who gave out their money did not receive the money doubled or a refund.
Nana Agradaa has spoken about the money scam in her church since her arrest, explaining what happened.
According to her, the video that was making the rounds on social media was simply people wanting to see her for counseling. Concerning the money scam, she revealed that she organized an all-night service in which she promised her church members financial assistance to those in need.
She explained that during the all-night service, she asked her church members to give an offertory, and when they were finished, some first-time members hoped to receive double the amount they paid as an offertory as promised.
She explained that these newcomers were required to register before they could be considered genuine church members and that they would not benefit from the money-doubling she promised.
Nana Agradaa described the incident as unfortunate and a way to tarnish her image. “As long as I am alive, I will continue to serve the living God”, she added.