Nana Agradaa: Meet the beautiful children of Ghanaian fetish priestess

Nana Agradaa: Meet the beautiful children of Ghanaian fetish priestess

Ghanaian fetish priestess, Nana Agradaa, known by birth as Patience Asiedua, has dominated the news following her arrest and rearrest after she was granted a GHc5,000 self-recognisance bail by an Accra Circuit Court on Thursday, April 22.

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A joint team of police and National Security Intelligence operatives together with the National Communications Authority (NCA) on Wednesday picked up the popular priestess for operating two TV stations without a license.

Her two TV stations, Thunder TV and Ice1 TV that allegedly broadcast money-doubling content at Kasoa in the Central Region were shut down.

Nana Agradaa: Meet the beautiful children of Ghanaian fetish priestess
Nana Agradaa: Meet the beautiful children of Ghanaian fetish priestess. Image: Agradaa
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Before her arrest, Nana Agradaa had always been in the spotlight, recently making the trends due to her war of words on social media with the founder and leader of the Anointed Palace Chapel (APC), Reverend Obofour born Kwaku Agyei Antwi.

Though Agradaa is a known spiritualist and alleged 'money doubler', her children are hardly in the limelight.

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YEN.com.gh has selected the best videos showing the beautiful moments Nana Agradaa flaunted her adorable children on social media.

1. Nana Agradaa shows off her son in a video.

2. Fetish priestess' children sing in a video.

3. Nana Agradaa and her hubby create a beautiful memory with their last daughter.

4. Agradaa's first daughter poses for the camera as she beams with smiles.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a Ghanaian midwife, Rosemary Delali Gavor of the local Motokrodua Community Health Planning and Services (CHPS) has been celebrated for her selflessness and commitment to her work.

Delali Gavor, 33, has been lauded by many including health officials for saving the lives of pregnant women and their unborn babies in the hard-to-reach Motokrodua community in the Sekyere East District in the Ashanti Region.

The young midwife has improvised the use of wooden doors to transport expectant mothers to the health facility for deliveries.

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In other news, Ghana's Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, has turned 102 years old today, April 23, 2021.

The Muslim cleric who has become synonymous with peace and humility is celebrated for his selfless leadership and service to humanity.

The West African nation Ghana has depended on his authoritative voice, calm but presiding presence to resolve issues in times of turbulent national unrest and disputes.

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