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Court denied Nana Agradaa bail and adjourned case to 13th October

The founder behind the Heaven Way church, Patricia Asiedua otherwise known as 'Nana Agradaa', has been denied bail by the Accra Circuit Court.

Her case including a supposed money doubling scam has, hence, been adjourned to Thursday, October 13, 2022.

'Nana Agradaa' was captured on Sunday, October 9, following claims of scam, among others, evened out against her by certain individuals from her congregation and people in general.

The Police in an explanation said, "Any individual who is a casualty of the supposed money doubling scam ought to answer to the Accra Central Police Command for further action and to aid the investigation."

A few individuals from the Heaven Way Church in Weija blamed their leader for cunningly misleading them and taking off with their monies.

As per the aggrieved congregants, Nana Agradaa vowed to double their monies through her exceptional spiritual enrichments.

In light of this affirmation, the impacted admirers said they were persuaded to give her different sum, in assumption for duplicated results.

But in a series of viral videos on social media on Saturday, the congregation individuals who rested trust in the recently converted fetish priestess said their monies have not been doubled, however 'Nana Agradaa' was mysteriously gone.

In the interim, 'Nana Agradaa' has denied claims of swindling a few individuals from her congregation.

The so called pastor said she just imparted cash to her congregation individuals to assist with helping their business.

As per her, on the night [Saturday, October 8] that she shared the cash, others gave contributions, which is to be expected in all chapels in the country.

She made sense of that permitting them (church individuals) to give a contribution in chapel doesn't add up to cheating them.

"Reverend Maa Pat, I emerged to tell Ghanaians that I will gift money to my congregation individuals for them to use for work.

"So whoever that needed to get some, ought to come and acknowledge Jesus as your Rescuer and furthermore compose your name to turn into a congregation member, and afterward you begin coming to chapel.

"So assuming I have done my the entire evening and shared my cash to my congregation individuals and those of you that composed your names late, you didn't get some, I have not outraged you or duped you. So I have not duped anybody.," she said in a brief video on Sunday, October 9, preceding her capture.

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