For the past few weeks, Nana Agradaa has been in the news for her arrest and re-arrest due to her money doubling operation and this really got many Ghanaians talking.
However, it is not known exactly when Agradaa was released from the police custody but she has been spotted in a new area which pre supposes she has been granted bailed.
According to the video that our news platforms chanced on , Nana Agradaa and her husband were spotted visiting the boutique of fashionista and businessman, Richard Brown a.k.a. Osebo.
The video was first seen on an Instagram blog , Nkonkonsa, with a caption suggesting that the well known fetish priestess had just been seen inside the boutique of Osebo.
Meanwhile, the video has daddy Lumba's "Me Nsi Da" song playing at the background with Her, her husband and Osebo together taking a good walk showing to Ghanaians that agye Nyame meaning except God and no weapon fashioned against her shall prosper.
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