Rev. Apae Live sold his church to Agradaa for GH¢620,000 – Computer Man

Rev. Apae Live sold his church to Agradaa for GH¢620,000 – Computer Man

Former fetish priestess Komfo Agradaa, now identified as Evangelist Patricia Oduro Korangteng, is said to have bought a chapel five years ago, indicating that her path towards embracing and pushing the Christian faith began long before now.

Prophet Eric Amponsah, also known as Computer Man, recently revealed that the female fetish priestess purchased Reverend Tony Asamoah Boateng’s church, Apae Live, in Weija Junction, five years ago.

Speaking in another interview with Oman Channel, Computer Man, who has picked a bone with Apae Live for various reasons including his sale of the chapel to a practising fetish priestess disclosed that Agradaa bought the property for GH¢620,000.

“I was there one day when one of Apae Live’s junior pastors called me that there is an issue. I inquired what the issue is about and he told me he (Rev Asamoah) had sold his chapel. I asked him how much and he said 6.2 billion old cedis (GH¢620,000). Then I asked him who bought it and he said it was sold to Agradaa,” he said.

According to Computer Man, who has in recent times fallen out with Rev Asamoah, he and other pastors tried to convince Apae Live out of selling the property but were turned down in their efforts.

“Myself and other pastors numbering about 30 called him and asked him to give us the money so we return it to Agradaa and tell her he won’t sell the property again. Because selling God’s chapel will incur a curse on him but he didn’t listen to us. The next morning, he bought a Hyundai Genesis and then later bought a house at Top Base (Gbawe). I confronted him about selling a chapel of God and he told me to mind my business because it is not my issue to talk about,” he added.