Award-winning Ghanaian gospel singer, Evangelist Diana Asamoah, has reacted with gladness to the news of the arrest of popular priestess, Patricia Aseidu, famed as Nana Agradaa.
The Pentecost Sore Ndwom singer took to social media to react to news of Agradaa’s arrest and subsequent closure of her television stations over issues with their operational licences.
Evangelist Diana Asamoah took to her Facebook page and wrote: “We shall all witness the end of “Sika Gali”. Let me hear a big Amen!”
Many of her fans and followers took to the comment section to react to the post and many others also reacted to it with different emojis.
The popular musician’s post follows viral reports in the Ghana media that Nana Agradaa, the popular priestess noted for her “money-doubling” schemes had been picked up by state security apparatus.
As if that was not enough, elements of Ghana’s Media Commission and other communication-related bodies, stormed the TV stations owned by Agradaa namely ICE TV and THUNDER TV to close them down immediately.
Reports have it that Agradaa is currently in police custody assisting the security personnel with their investigations.
Meanwhile, 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.
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