- Reverend Obofour has spoken after the rearrest of Nana Agradaa
- In a video, Obofour teased that he was 'innocent' of the rearrest
- Agradaa was rearrested moments after being bailed over an earlier arrest
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Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) founder, Reverend Francis Antwi, popularly known as Reverend Obofour, has spoken after the rearrest of Nana Agradaa.
Nana Agradaa was rearrested on Thursday afternoon by the police minutes after being granted bail from an earlier arrest.
Nana Agradaa had been 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 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.
But not long after her release, Agradaa was confronted with another case initiated by Obofour.
In a video, Agradaa was seen telling her team that everything is fine with the first case but there was another one pending.
"I hear Obofour has made a case against me that I have insulted him," she said.
Following the rearrest of Agradaa, Obofour has gone on social media virtually mocking the fetish priestess.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Obofour stated that his new name is "Innocent" as if to say Agradaa was lying.
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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