Ghanaian so-called woman of God, Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng popularly known as Nana Agradaa, has been in a news over her recent teachings about what she refers to as “water call.”
A few days ago, the former fetish priestess sparked wild reactions on social media after she goofed big time in her attempt to pronounce “alter call” which she pronounced as “water call.”
While social media is still recovering from that blunder, evangelist or as she prefers to call it “Vangelist” Patricia Oduro Koranteng is back with another one.
She mentioned some quotations from the Christian Bible which doesn’t exist.
Referencing from the excerpts of Nana Agradaa’s Preaching on Okay FM, Nana Agradaa was heard asking the audience to open some verses in the gospel according to Matthew.
“when you go to Mathew chapter 28 verse number 50, 40 and 44….” She was heard saying.
Her utterances shocked lots of people who wondered where she got that quotation from as checks revealed that Mathew Chapter 28 doesn’t have up to 50 verses. It only ends in 20 verses.
A TikToker called out Nana Agradaa by exposing her ignorance. He warned her to stop using the Bible to deceive people.
“Mathew 28 doesn’t 50, from what I have read it ended at 20. See, if God hasn’t called you, don’t go and force it. Holding a Bible in your hands doesn’t make you a woman of God. I’ve looked through Mathew 28 and there are not verses 50 in it”.