Rev. Francis Antwi, also known as Revd. Obofour, the founder of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC), has spoken out following Nana Agradaa’s arrest.
Nana Agradaa was detained again by the police on Thursday afternoon, just minutes after being released on parole for an earlier detention.
Nana Agradaa was apprehended during a National Communications Authority operation (NCA).
The NCA collaborated with the police to close down two Agradaa TV channels, ‘Thunder TV’ and ‘Ice 1 TV.’
According to a statement from the NCA, Agradaa’s stations in Kasoa had expired licenses and were therefore broadcasting without permission.
The two Agradaa TV stations were among 49 that were shut down due to expired licenses.
On Thursday, she was released on parole. According to a Starr FM article, Agradaa was released on self-recognizance bail in the sum of GHC500,000.
Agradaa was faced with another case started by Obofour not long after her bail.
Agradaa was seen in a video telling her colleagues that the first case was perfect, but that there was another one pending.
Obofour has taken to social media in the aftermath of Agradaa’s detention to ridicule the fetish priestess.
Obofour claimed in a video spotted by Buzzgh.com that his new name is “Innocent,” as if to suggest Agradaa was lying.
watch the video below;