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Nana Agradaa Granted Bail But Remains In Police Custody



Founder of Heavenway Champion International Ministries, Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng, formerly known as Nana Agradaa, has been granted bail by an Accra Circuit Court.

Nana Agradaa

Presiding Judge, Bright Acquah, during hearing at the Accra Circuit Court 9, on Monday, acquitted the accused to a bail amount of GHC50,000 with 3 sureties.

The sureties according to the court ought to be civil servants earning not less than ¢2,000 a month.

As part of her bail conditions, Agradaa is supposed to report to police every Wednesday.

This comes after the court, over by Bright Acquah on Thursday, October 13, 2022, struck out a bail plea by her lawyer, Reynold Twumasi.

The case has since been adjourned to November 10, 2022.

Agradaa remains in police custody:

The accused person however is supposed to remain in police custody despite her bail grant by the Accra Circuit Court 9, pending a determination by the Circuit Court 10.

Patricia Oduro Koranteng (Agradaa) is before both courts over alleged scamming claims by her church members, as quoted in’s report.

Whereas the Circuit Court 9, presided over by Bright Acquah was originally sitting on the case, the case was sent to Circuit Court 10 subsequently.

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