According to the news portal, Nana Agradaa was arrested as part of security agencies' attempts to crack down on spiritualist activities.
It is captured in the report that the two stations were raided earlier today for operating without a license with its authorization being revoked by the National Communications Authority in March 2020.
Following the ritual murder of a ten-year-old boy at Kasoa, calls for the government to intervene in the activities of charlatans posing as spiritualists have grown louder.
The teenagers who murdered their friend supposedly mentioned an advert on TV as an influence for their crime.
According to report, she was asked to shutdown the TV stations way back last year.But she refused to comply with the orders.
The National security had arrested her and shut down two where she always telecast her sika gari and others.
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