The Accra Circuit Court has granted bail to evangelist Patricia Asiedua an Oduro, commonly known as Nana Agradaa. The accused was granted bail of GHC50,000 with three accomplices who must be civil servants and make at least GHC2,000 per month, according to presiding judge Samuel Bright Acquah. She must also appear every Wednesday before the prosecutor.
Despite this development, the former priestess will remain in police prison while Circuit Court 10 hears similar charges against her. After being sad during the hearing, the founder of Heaven Way Champion International Ministry, who is also celebrating her birthday today, appeared somewhat happier. Six counts of defrauding by false pretense and charlatanry are brought against her.
She was denied bail in her last two attempts because it was said that she could interfere with police investigations. If she is being granted bail now then it can be assumed that either she won't interfere with the investigation or the police are done with it. Either way, what do you think about her bail being granted?
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