Patricia Oduro Koranteng, popularly known as Nana Agradaa, a Ghanaian so-called women of God, has made news for her latest lectures on “water call.”
The self-proclaimed servant of God, who was formerly a fetish priestess, aroused controversy on social media a few days ago when she mispronounced “alter call” as “water call.”
While the internet is still recovering from that blunder, evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng, or “Vangelist,” as she prefers to be called, has returned with her outrageous demeanor.
Nana Agradaa mentioned a few Christian Bible quotes that aren’t in the Bible. Speaking on live radio, she quoted Matthew 28:50, which is yet to be discovered in the bible.
Referencing from the excerpts of Nana Agradaa’s Preaching on Okay FM, it is evident that the evangelist was heard saying “when you go to Mathew chapter 28 verse number 50, 40 and 44” but it is however flabbergasting as checks revealed that Mathew Chapter 28 doesn’t have up to 50 verses.
A TikToker call out Nana Agradaa by exposing her ignorance that, “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” while holding a Bible in his hands to justify his claims, he further said that “I’ve looked through Mathew 28 and there’s 50 in it”.
The video footage has since gone viral as many social media users have started milking jokes out of it.