Nana Agradaa Released From Cells; Goes Shopping At Osebo's Boutique (Video)

Nana Agradaa Released From Cells; Goes Shopping At Osebo's Boutique (Video)

- Nana Agradaa has been released on bail after spending days in custody

- In a new video, she has been spotted with fashionista Osebo

- Agradaa went shopping with her husband at Osebo's boutique

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Controversial fetish priestess Nana Agradaa, known in private life as Patricia Asieduaa, has reportedly been released from police custody.

It is not known exactly when Agradaa was released from the police cells but she has been spotted in a new suggesting she has been bailed.

The video has Agradaa and her husband visiting the boutique of fashionista and businessman, Richard Brown a.k.a. Osebo.

Nana Agradaa Released From Cells; Goes Shopping At Osebo's Boutique (Video)
Photo source: @nana_agradaa_original, @osebo_the_zaraman
Source: Instagram

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Agradaa was seen dressed in a fine outfit with her husband to the right and Osebo to the left as they took some majestic steps together.

The video was first seen on Instagram blog, Nkonkonsa, with a caption suggesting that Agradaa had just been spotted inside the boutique of Osebo.

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The video comes almost one week after Agradaa had issues with the law and was put behind bars.

Nana Agradaa was busted during an operation by the National Communications Authority (NCA) on Tuesday, April 20, 2021.

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 indicated 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.

After spending almost two days in custody, Agradaa was granted a self-recognisance bail in the sum of GHC500,000.

But she was re-arrested over a case filed by Reverend Obofour, the founder of Anointed Palace Chapel.

Nothing was heard of her again from Thursday, April 22, 2021, until this video surfaced online.

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