Earlier this morning, news about the arrest of popular and over bleached fetish-priest, Nana Agradaa broke online.
The reports that went viral suggested that she was arrested in connection to her fake money doubling scam called ‘sika gari’.
Some of the reports also added that her two television stations, Thunder TV and Ice 1 TV were closed down and all their assets and equipment were seized in the process.
Amidst all the social media reactions to this story, the owner of Borga TV has revealed that Nana Agradaa broke down in tears after she was arrested and put behind bars.
According to him, Nana Agradaa is denying that she has ever duped someone of their monies in her bid to double it up for them via her popular ‘sika gari’ means.
He also advised all to call certain numbers and provide evidence to the fact that they have been duped by Nana Agradaa while trying to get some of her ‘sika gari’.
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A little background to the whole story is below via theghanareport.com:
According to a breaking news item by ‘The Ghana Report‘, state security has shut down two TV stations, ‘Thunder TV’ and ‘Ice 1 TV’, which belongs to popular spiritualist Patricia Asiedu, popularly known as Nana Agradaa.
Nana Agradaa’s stations were closed and equipment seized for operating without the necessary authorization.
The two media houses are amongst many on the state’s list of targeted raids today.
Nana Agradaa has swindled an uncountable number of her gullible audience under the pretext of doubling cash for them through her openly advertised ‘Sika Gari’ ritual concept.
The said stations used as a tool for advertisements have had many unsuspecting Ghanaians fall prey to Nana Agradaa’s scam.
The move comes on the back of the State’s effort at tackling swindlers, money doublers and other criminals masquerading as spiritualists
Nana Agradaa’s Thunder TV had its authorization revoked on March 24, 2020, according to the National Communications Authority (NCA).
On the other hand, ice 1 TV, another member of the ‘Agradaa conglomerate’, also operated illegally even after a written directive to cease operations was served.
Records available to theghanareport.com indicate that the authorization of Ice 1 TV expired on February 26, 2020.