The legal issue of Patricia Asieduaa Popularly known as Komfo Agradaa who is now Envagelist Oduro Koranteng is finally coming to an end as the court has given it final verdict on the case. Agradaa was arrested by the police on counts that he's operating without license and also operating illegally, contrary to that people also lodged cases of fraud on her by her Sika Gari Advert she has been Doing on her television station. The case has been in court for some months now, in the initial stage Agradaa and her lawyers pleaded not guilty to counts of Operating without a license and operating illegally, but when the Court sat today Agradaa and her lawyers pleaded guilty to all two counts.
Well in Court if a suspect please guilty to charges or counts, the judge is to give judgement on the case, the court verdicts on the case was Agradaa was to pay a fined of 30,000Gh which is 3 million Old Cedis by the end of today or she will spend 1 year in jail.
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