“Grace Boadu Wouldn’t Have Died If She Had A Husband”- Nana Agradaa explains

Famous Ghanaian fetish priest turned evangelist, Nana Agradaa, now known as evangelist Tupac, has weighed in on the death of popular herbalist, Doctor Grace Boadu.

In a congregation at her church, Agradaa attributed Boadu’s death to her refusal to marry, claiming she had dismissed many people from her life to protect her own marriage.

Evangelist Tupac spoke of a similar situation she experienced, where she was in a coma for seven days. She credits her survival to her husband’s intervention, suggesting that the presence of a supportive spouse could have saved Boadu.

Agradaa also hinted at the possibility of family involvement in Boadu’s death. She stated that success can make even family members envious and hostile. She claimed to avoid visiting the homes of her maternal relatives for fear of harm, adding that familial envy often intensifies when one achieves wealth and material success.

The death of Doctor Grace Boadu, the CEO of Grace Gift Herbal Clinic, has sparked various speculations. Nana Agradaa’s comments add yet another layer of intrigue to the narrative. However, the actual cause of Boadu’s death remains unknown as investigations continue.

 

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