- Nana Agradaa has spoken for the first time after she was rearrested on Thursday, April 22, 2021
- In a video, Nana Agradaa has prayed that everything was going to be fine by God's grace
- Agradaa was rearrested after posting a GHC500,000 bail following her arrest on Tuesday
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Ghanaian fetish priestess, Nana Agradaa, has been spotted for the first time after being released on bail on Thursday, April 22, 2021.
Agradaa was released on Thursday after spending close to 48 hours in police custody having been arrested on Tuesday, April 20, 2021.
Nana Agradaa was arrested during an operation by the National Communications Authority (NCA).
The NCA's operation with the police was to shut down two TV stations belonging to Agradaa, ‘Thunder TV’ and ‘Ice 1 TV’.
A statement by the NCA indicates that Agradaa's stations which are located at Kasoa have expired licenses and were thus broadcasting without authorisation.
Agradaa's two stations were part of 49 TV stations to be closed down over issues of expired licenses.
She was, however, released on bail on Thursday. A Starr FM report indicated that Agradaa had been released on a self-recognisance bail in the sum of GHC500,000.
In a video after her release, Agradaa has assured that everything was fine. From the video, Agradaa looked sober and humbled than her usually known demeanour.
"Everything is fine. Because of Jesus the court case is okay. But there is another to be dealt with," she said.
Agradaa also revealed that she was going back to the police because she had been informed that Reverend Obofour had made a case against her.
"I hear Obofour has made a case against me that I have insulted him," she said.
The bail and rearrest comes after earlier reports that the fetish priestess had been crying in the police cells.
As previously captured by YEN.com.gh, a video that made rounds on social media showed a man believed to be called Oldboga talking and stating that the priestess has been crying following her arrest.
According to the man, Agradaa was being held at the headquarters of the National Investigations Bureau (NIB), formerly known as BNI.
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