A subsidiary of Multimedia, Nhyira FM has caused massive stir after dropping a picture of Agradaa and NAM1.
In the picture, the embattled Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Menzgold Ghana Limited, Nana Appiah Mensah who has been in the news all for defrauding a cross-section of Ghanaians, was juxtaposed with Evangelist Mama Pat (Agradaa).
Agradaa has caused many Ghanaians talking after she allegedly defrauded her church members last Friday. According to some of the members of her church, some presented 1,000 cedis to her as a promise of getting 10,000 cedis. They then realized that the money promised to be given has not yet been given.
Reactions To The Picture
A user wrote; " They could have been a perfect couple.
Another user wrote; "We must rather be shocked of the people who sent their monies to her and these people must be arrested. All sort of human right and privileges must to be denied to them."
A user wrote:
Scammers mu Pro-max. NAM 1 should also be arrested as they have arrested Agradaa.
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