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Evangelist Arrested Again After Allegedly Sc@mming Church Members

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The Ghana Police Service has arrested the self-styled Evangelist, Patricia Oduro Koranteng popularly known as Nana Agradaa, founder of Heavens Champion International Ministry at Kasoa for the second time following allegations of money doubling sc@m leveled against her by some members of her church.

Nana Agradaa was arrested on Sunday and rushed to the Greater Accra Regional Police Command to assist in an investigation after viral videos showing some church members accusing her of duping them with mon£y doubl!ng sc@m.

Mo₦£y Doubl!ng
The repented fetish priestess Nana Agradaa, over the weekend, struck again by scamming hundreds of her church members to whom she had promised free money with her mon£y-doubl!ng sc@m, known as “Sika Gari”.

She allegedly perpetrated the scam against the congregants of the Heavens Way Church in Weija, Accra after she allegedly promised to give them GH¢300,000 (about ₦12million Nigerian naira) on her Television Broadcast which she said to double whatever money a member brings during a special all-night service on Friday, October 7, 2022.

Heavy Rush Of Church Members

The quest for a quick and easy way to make money attracted more congregants to the church she recently founded, to offer various sums of money with the hope of having it in tenfolds.

Last Friday, members of her church went agog after she failed to live up to her promise to them that she would give them vast sums of monies if they turned over their monies to her.

The victims, however, were left disappointed after Nana Agradaa disappeared after collecting their monies throughout the night.

This resulted in chaotic scenes at the church premises the next morning as aggrieved church members who stayed throughout the night angrily wander about in tears without knowing the next step to take.

The aggrieved victims wailed and protested at her church premises in Weija to demand a refund of their monies.


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