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AG’s office asks for docket on Owusu Bempah & Agradaa’s case

AG’s office asks for docket on Owusu Bempah & Agradaa’s case

The Attorney General’s office has requested that the case involving Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, Founder of Glorious Word Power Ministry International, and Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng, also known as Nana Agradaa, be docketed.

The request is for the office to investigate the case and advise the prosecutors.

Chief Inspector Dennis Terkpetey Esq., the prosecutor on the case, informed the Accra Circuit Court 10 presided over by Her Honour Evelyn Asamoah of the development and stated that, in the circumstances, his team was unable to proceed with the prosecution.

“We are unable to proceed today due to events in the case.” The head of the prosecution at the Ghana Police Service’s Accra Region directed me to inform the court that the docket in this matter had been called by the Attorney General’s office for study and advice. Because the docket for the region is currently in the office of the Attorney General, I am unable to proceed.”

Also read: Nana Agradaa arrested and two TV stations shut down

Rev Isaac Owusu Bempah is on trial alongside six others for offensive conduct, breach of peace, and death threats, as well as conspiracy and abetment.

Mensah Ofori, a Church Pastor, Bright Berchie, a Church member, Kwabena Nyarko alias Matata, also a Church Pastor, Nana Acheampong, a Movie Producer, Nana Brown, a Blogger, and Kwame Amoh, a journalist are the other accused.

Chief Inspector Terkpetey told the Court that he “will take further orders from the head of the prosecution and inform the court as to the way forward.”

Her Honour Eveylyn Asamoah later postponed the case until March 24, 2022.


On the other hand, Agradaa who is known for her money-making ritual, ‘sika gari,’ was apprehended by a joint team of Police and National Security Intelligence Operatives working in collaboration with the National Communications Authority.

Thunder TV and Ice1 TV, which allegedly broadcast money-doubling content in Kasoa, Central Region, were also shut down for operating without licenses.

The team seized two pieces of equipment from both locations that were allegedly used in the illegal transmission.

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