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Agradaa granted GHc50K bail but not allowed to go home

Agradaa granted GHc50K bail but not allowed to go home

Patricia Asiedua, popularly known as Nana Agradaa, was granted bail in the sum of GHc50,000 with three sureties by the Circuit Court 9 in Accra presided over by His Honour Mr Samuel Bright Acquah.

The sureties, according to the court, must be civil servants earning at least GHc2000 per month.

The court also ordered her to report to the case investigator every Wednesday until the case was resolved.

The Heaven Way Champion International Ministry’s founder has pleaded not guilty to charges of charlatanic advertising and six counts of defrauding by false pretences.

Nana Agradaa appeared very sober in her third appearance in court, according to EIB Network’s Legal Affairs Correspondent Murtala Inusah, as she is said to be celebrating her birthday today.

Nana Agradaa was granted bail today, but her charges in another Circuit Court meant she would remain in lawful custody.

Also read: Police file second case against Nana Agradaa

The case has been rescheduled for November 10, with the court ordering the prosecution to file and serve their disclosures.

The prosecution, led by DSP Sylvester Asare, argued that Nana Agradaa, while in lawful custody, had engaged in “gigantic” interference with the investigation.

Her lawyers, however, refuted that claim.

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