Thunder TV owner, and renowned Fetish priestess Patience Asiedua popularly known as Nana Agradaa has been arrested by the Ghana Police Service for illegally operating without an approved by NCA at Kasoa in the central Region.
On Tuesday 20, April 2021,a joint team of Police and National Security Operatives, in collaboration with the National Communications Authority, stormed the premises of two satellite television stations, namely, Thunder TV and Ice1 TV and seized their transmitting machines for illegally transmitting without license.
It is alleged she has been using Sika Gari as a bait in duping Ghanaians for her own personal gains. This charged people to question why Nana Agradaa is still duping people on her TV stations whilst the country is now on the point to clamp down fake juju men on our media space.
It seems everyone's cup would be full one-day. Maybe it is her time now to substitute Akuapem Poloo from jail.
Let's see your comments at the comment section whether Nana Agradaa should be prosecuted and jailed or she should be freed like Akuapem Poloo?
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