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Nana Agradaa has swindled an uncountable number of her gullible audience under the pretext of doubling cash for them through her openly advertised ‘Sika Gari’ ritual concept.
State security has shut down two TV stations, ‘Thunder TV’ and ‘Ice 1 TV’, which belongs to popular spiritualist Nana Agradaa.
The said stations used as a tool for advertisements have had many unsuspecting Ghanaians fall prey to Nana Agradaa’s scam.
The move comes on the back of the State’s effort at tackling swindlers, money doublers, money rituals, and other criminals masquerading as spiritualists, after the latest gruesome murder of an innocent 10-year-old, Ishmael Abdallah.
It can be recalled that, some few days ago, she came out publicly to announce that, all people who came to her for money doubles are fools because she never has any powers. So here we are.
You see Ghanaians are happy and want more others should be arrested...
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