- Nana Agradaa is said to be defending herself following her arrest on April 21, 2021
- According to the priestess, she deals with spiritual things and has not duped anyone
- She is reported to have said that if you did not receive the 'sika gari; it means you did not follow all her instructions
Popular superrich traditional priestess, Patricia Aseidu, famed as Nana Agradaa, is reported to have said that she has not duped anyone who came to her for help.
According to a social media account, Boga TV which is run by a man named Old Boga, it was through a joint effort that Agradaa was accosted and arrested.
He however claimed that the priestess noted for her famous 'sika gari' money doubling scheme has refuted claims that she has ever duped any of her clients.
Old Boga, in the video, claimed Nana Agradaa who is still in the grips of the police, has said her line of work deals with just the spiritual and not the physical.
The social media user went on to state that Agradaa claimed that anyone who came to her and did not see his or her money doubling flouted one of her spiritual directions.
In effect, the popular priestess was distancing herself from anything that attributed her to duping her clients and put the blame on the clients instead.
Old Boga added that Agradaa was reportedly on the verge of release if her victims do not storm the NIB headquarters to report their cases to them.
Meanwhile, the executive director of Child Rights International (CRI), Bright Appiah, has said in a video that he demanded GHC200k from Akuapem Poloo to take her case from court.
While speaking in an interview with Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, the CRI boss indicated that he requested Akuapem Poloo to cough up GHC200,000 to his outfit to be used to start an investment account for her son.
According to Bright Appiah, Akuapem Poloo's lawyers asked to discuss the matter with his client but upon return, said the actress could not even raise GHC10,000.
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