The Court presided over by Emmanuel Essanadoh fines Nana Agradaa Gh360000 for running unlicensed television station
She was convicted after pleading guilty in court for her illegal broadcasting.
The court presided over by Mr Emmanuel Essandoh fined her GHS360000.
A joint team of officers from the Ghana Police Service and operatives of the National Security on Tuesday, April 20 stormed the premises of two satellite television stations in Kasoa in the Central Region to shut them down for their actions.
The team also arrested owner of Thunder TV, Patience Asiedua, popularly known as Nana Agradaa, and seized the equipment used in transmission.
The move was at the issued by the National Communication Authority (NCA) for the security service to take action on them.
On the operation, Patience Asiedu known to be Nana Agradaa was arrested as part of the alleged unlicensed television station owner.
She had all the equipment she uses for her transmission been seized.
She was taken to court to face the law after which she was convicted to pay an amount of GhC 360000 as a penalty to that.
Nana Agradaa, who was then a fetish priestess but has denounced that prcatice, usually advertised her ‘Sika Gari’ on her TV station "Sika Gari".
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