Agradaa re-arrested gets Ghc50 bail
Patricia Asieduaa Oduro, alias Nana Agradaa, the troubled self-styled evangelist, has gotten herself into more difficulty after being re-arrested by the police and brought before another Circuit Court.
Last Thursday, only a few minutes after she had completed the separate GH50,000 and GH100,000 bail bonds awarded to her by two distinct courts, where she is being tried for charges of defrauding by pretenses and false advertising, she was re-arrested.
She has once more been charged with six counts of defrauding by pretenses in violation of section 131(1) of the same Act as well as one count of publishing a charlatanic advertisement in a newspaper in violation of section 137(1) of the Criminal and Other Offenses Act, 1960 (Act 29).
Her attorney asked the court to release her on bond pending the trial after she entered a not guilty plea to the accusations, which are remarkably identical to those in the previous two prosecutions.
Agradaa was given a bail of GH50,000 by the court, which was presided over by Her Honor Mrs. Kizita Quashie. There were three sureties required, one of whom had to be a public employee making at least GH3,000 per month.
According to the court, none of the sureties must work for a state security agency. It was mandated that the prosecution submit its disclosures by January 11, 2023.
According to the information provided by DSP Sylvester Asare, Agradaa promoted her ability to double money on Today TV and other social media platforms on October 5, 2022.
Investigations, according to him, showed that the accused “asked members of the public, including complainants, to attend an all-night service at her church, Heaven Way Champion International Ministry at Weija on October 7, 2022, in exchange for having their money quadrupled.”
To attend the aforementioned all-night service, complainants and other members of the public traveled great distances.
DSP Asare claimed that Agradaa asked her staff to turn off all of the cameras in the church hall during the all-night service and then sought and received sizable quantities of money from various attendees, including the complainants in the case, but did not double the money for them.
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