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Ghanaian Spiritualist, Nana Agrada Arrested And TV Stations Closed Down

Must spiritual activities be banned from airing out through media houses and must spiritualists be arrested for their activities?

Well, there have been calls on the government and state security to fight against the activities of spiritualists. Even though there hasn't been no action against the activities of charlatans parading as spiritualists over time until the calls heightened following the ritual murder of Ishmael, a ten-year-old boy at Kasoa by his teen friends.

The teens behind the murder disclosed an advert on media houses(television) as a call for their carlos and wicked act.

For this and many more reasons, one of Ghana's most showed priestess, Patricia Asiedu known by the nickname Nana Agrada has been arrested early today.

According to reports, the self-styled spiritualist was picked up by state security as part of their quest to bring the level of spiritual activities down, if not completely abolished in the country.

In line with the apprehension, it is believe that two media houses(television stations) of hers, Ice 1 TV and Thunder TV have been closed down with some of their tools confiscated.

Reports have it that the two stations have been operating without official documents and their authoration being revoked by the National Communications Authority (NCA) since March, 2020.

Is it right that the priestess (Nana Agrada) be prosecuted and must same apply to other spiritualists?

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Ghanaian Kasoa Nana Agrada Patricia Asiedu


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