Clinton Oduro Ocli is a musician and the son of popular Ghanaian fetish priestess, Patricia Asieduaa popularly known as, Nana Agradaa. Little is known about Clinton Ocli despite her mother's popularity. The handsome young man is the CEO of Agradaa movement and a musician as well. Ocli released his first hit song in 2017, when he was only 20. The song was tittled, 'blessings' where he featured D-cryme, nonetheless he has struggled to remain relevant in the music circles after the hit song.
Ocli lives lavishly just like her mother and normally post pictures donning expensive jewelleries with luxurious cars. Check out his pictures.
Ocli's mother has been in the headlines for a while following her arrest on Wednesday, which sparked nationanwide fuss. Nana Agradaa was finally released on Friday after she was granted a GHs50k bail, however Agradaa's TV stations, Thunder Tv and Ice1Tv have been shutdown for operating without authorization.
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