Nana Agradaa has declared the so-called festish priest who halted a Ghanaian businessman from sacrificing his daughter for ritual purposes is phony.
Evans Oppong, a father from Oyibi in the Greater Accra Region, was apprehended by police after attempting to sacrifice his little daughter for money rituals in a viral video that surfaced just a few days ago.
“The girl’s father came to see me; he told me he just landed in the country after residing overseas for a long and it hasn’t been easy for him,” the herbalist/fetish priest said in the video.
“He told me he is a father of 12 and is offering two of them for money rituals”.
“When the project was over, he offered me GHS 10,000 and other wonderful surprises.” “Unfortunately, dad had just picked up the daughter during school hours and informed her that he was going to fetch her a new clothing,” the herbalist explained.
“Yes, I’m a herbalist, but I’m also a soldier.” I’m a very disciplined person. I don’t partake in any nefarious activity. I want to show the world that herbalists aren’t as bad as they’re made out to be. We are not assassins as depicted in movies; rather, we are healers. I’ve got the little girl he brought me to murder.”
The herbalist, Nana Adu-Boafo, is still trending on social media, and many people believe he should be probed since something doesn’t add up.
Nana Agradaa is also of the opinion that he should be examined because he cooked everything up to get the man imprisoned after he squandered his money.