Patricia Asiedu aka Nana Agradaa has been fined by the court after she pleaded guilty.
The fetish priestess, who claimed to have repented, was facing the law for unlawfully operating television stations.
If you would recall, she was arrested for operating her TV stations, Thunder TV and Ice One TV without a valid license.
In her earlier trial, Nana Agradaa pleaded not guilty with the assertion that she paid GH₵57,500.00 on April 27 2021 and she owes the National Communication Authority for just two years
She was however granted bail of GHS 500, 000.
The latest report is that Agradaa has been fined GHS 36,000 or 5 years in jail on the first count and Ghc10,000 or 1 year in jail on the second count.
The popular traditional priest notable for her double money has faces several charges this year which lands her into her final judgement and destination prison
This comes after she pleaded guilty during the last hearing at Accra Circuit Court presided by Emmanuel Essandoh.
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