Nana Agradaa, a former fetish priestess who turned evangelist, has revealed why she used insults and foul language during her broadcasts, even after becoming a born-again Christian.
In a viral video, the evangelist explained that she used insults to attract attention because people did not accept her new status as a “Woman of God.”
Nana Agradaa expressed disappointment that Ghanaians did not refer to her as a “Woman of God” except for the junior pastors who worked with her.
Nana Agradaa admitted that using insults was a tactic that worked for her because it garnered the responses she craved.
Nana Agradaa found it ironic that people began referring to her as a “Woman of God” when she engaged in negative behavior like insulting others.
Nana Agradaa explained that one day, she realized that she had undergone a change and decided not to insult others anymore. However, she also thought that she would insult people to get their attention.
Using insults to attract attention is not a positive behavior, and it is not a good example to set for others. It is important to remember that being a “Woman of God” or a “Man of God” is not about titles or recognition from others, but about living a life that reflects the teachings of Jesus Christ.