Pristess Nana Agradaa CEO of Thunder TV and Thunder plaza has been arrested following current happenings of double money advertisement on her television. The advertisement of these of Mallams and money doublers on television has been a major concern of Ghanaians and called on the government to shut down television stations who advertise such content. Reports confirms that Thunder TV, and Ice TV has been shut down by the NCA following complains and reports they have been receiving.
The arrest of Nana Agradaa has brought a relief to many Ghanaians, as they believe she started this who Money doubling content on tv which made others also follow. According to reports it indicates that their television production equipments has been seized. Agradaa is currently in police crisps as investigation is yet to proceed.
A lot of people have shared their happiness and joy as finally an action is being taken against these people. According to NCA they have revoked Thunder TV's authorisation some years hence they have no right to broadcast.
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