Details Of Nana Agradaa Court Case

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Nana Agradaa Court Case
Evangelist Patricia Asiedu, popularly known as Nana Agradaa, is a former fetish priestess and spiritualist who has converted to Christianity.

On television, she participated in a practice known as sika gari, soliciting donations from viewers in exchange for money that would be multiplied for fortune.

Near Ghana's Greater Accra Region, in the Sowutuom in Ga-Central Municipality, was where her shrine could be found.

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With her husband, Mr Eric Oduro Korantenga, a pastor, Nana Agradaa has kids.

She was taken into custody on Tuesday evening, April 21, 2021, and her television stations, Thunder TV and Ice1 TV were shut down for operating without licenses and cheating viewers of money and advertising money by increasing the amount of content they saw.

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Nana Agradaa's Arrest

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According to reports, the National Communications Authority worked with the Police and National Security Intelligence Operatives to make the arrest.

Following calls from Ghanaians for arresting and banning all money doublers and tricksters who work for radio and television stations, the arrest took place.

News reports that "one of Ghana's top pastors, Pastor Osofo Kyere Abosom, accused Nana Agradaa of tricking people and stealing Their money and threatened to burn down her Shirin and idols."

"She has been accused of extorting money from people in the name of money doubling and later disappointed them, but she has refuted this accusation by accusing her imposter of being responsible for such a criminal act, and she threatens to deal with them if they don't stop because it is killing her reputation, which has worked so hard to establish over the years."

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Nana Agradaa's court case

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After entering a guilty plea, she was found guilty by an Accra Circuit Court.

The well-known fetish priestess who has since become a Christian was detained on April 27, 2021, for running a TV station without a license.

She was accused of violating sections 137 of the Criminal Offenses Act of 1960 and 110 of the Electronic Transaction Act of 2008 by operating a TV without a license and promoting charlatanism (Sika Gari).

Nana Agradaa altered her plea from not guilty to guilty at the court hearing presided over by Mr Emmanuel Essandoh.

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According to Starrfmonline, "she was subsequently found guilty based on her own plea and was sentenced to a fine of 3,000 penalty units (GHc36,000) on count one, namely running TV without a license, in default she would spend a three-year jail term in hard labor."

According to the website, "Sika Gari was sentenced to a fine of GHc10,000 in default, and she will serve a year in prison for the offense of Charlatanic advertisement."

The sentences are to be performed simultaneously, the court said. Therefore she will be required to pay the highest fine, which is GHC 36,000.

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