Controversial Ghanaian clergyman, Prophet Nicholas Osei, widely known as Kumchacha has taken a swipe at the self-styled evangelist, Nana Agradaa, saying she will never know peace until her final breath.
Speaking in an interview on Okay FM, the outspoken man of God stated that the former chief priestess will never know peace even if she puts a stop to her deceitful ways of claiming money from ignorant Ghanaians.
It would be recalled that Nana Agradaa, who was well-known to be a chief priestess suddenly denounced her deities to join the Christian faith. She was taken through processes to become a born-again Christian and now, she owns her own church.
Well, Kumchacha believes that the woes of Nana Agradaa are not yet over because she is about to face the worst part of her life for her previous deceitful ways.
He added that just as Apostle Paul in the bible paid for his sins as Saul, so will Nana Agradaa pay for all the things she has done in the past before she announced her faith in Christ.
In other news, Kwadwo Sheldon has denied allegations of insulting Ghanaian musicians on his platform, claiming he only shares his sentiments about their projects and the product they put out for public consumption.
Speaking in an interview on the “Atuu” segment with Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey Santana, Kwadwo Sheldon intimated that most people have accused him of verbally assaulting and registering insensitive comments about musicians and their works.
He stated that once a musician puts out a song for public consumption, the song will definitely be subjected to criticism be it negative or positive, hence should he dislike the song, expressing his sentiments means no disrespect to the artiste.
“Once you have created a song and put it out on a public platform, it is subjected to criticism and this is what the industry thrives on”, he said.
Kwadwo Sheldon also stated that most content creators and industry people prefer to hold back their sentiments regarding the works of some musicians because they want to be in the good books of some musicians but he would rather prefer to register his sentiments the way he wants to and not in the favor of any musician.