Nana Agradaa Replaced Akuapem Poloo In Police Custody

Nana Agradaa Replaced Akuapem Poloo In Police Custody

Report gathered by our outfit indicates that two TV channels possessed by Ghanaian fetish priestess, Patricia Asiedu, generally known as Nana Agradaa, has been closed down.

A report located on TheGhanaReport said the move is important for the actions to clip down on Mallams or Spiritualists assuming control over TV diverts in the country. As indicated by the report, Nana Agradaa has been captured by security authorities. Her two TV slots, Thunder TV and Ice 1 TV have their hardware and different resources seized.

The report added that the two stations were attacked recently for working without a permit with its approval being repudiated by the National Communications Authority in March 2020.

These stations were noted for broadcasting cash multiplying.

This comes after the little youngsters who were captured for executing a 10-year-old kid in Kasoa admitted that they were persuaded after they watched content on TV over cash custom.

Ghanaians on social media have since taken to their various pages to react to the sudden arrest of the fetish priestess. Checkout the reactions below;

Which Ghanaian can go to China and cut down cocoa trees? A Plus fumes.

Which Ghanaian can go to China and cut down cocoa trees? A Plus fumes.

Musician-turned-political activist Kwame Asare Obeng, popularly known as A Plus, has questioned the rationale behind the lackadaisical attitude the government is dealing with the canker of illegal mining or galamsey.

He accused the government of allowing the canker at the peril of cocoa trees cut down to give way to foreigners in search of gold.

A Plus expressed these sentiments on the back of news that China is now exporting cocoa as a cash crop whilst cutting down cocoa trees in Ghana for galamsey, which is also destroying water bodies, farm lands and the cash crop.

“Just last week China exported cocoa beans and these Chinese people come to your country, cut down cocoa trees in search of gold, put dangerous chemicals in your water and your soil, your land, destroy it and go and plant cocoa in their country,” he said on TV3‘s New Day on Wednesday, April 21.

“Tell me one Ghanaian who can cut a cocoa tree in China and walk free. They will behead you. What kind of human beings are we?” he wondered.

Just last week news broke that China has begun exporting the cash crop to Europe, thus jumping into the competition to break the Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire duopoly of controlling 80 percent of the world’s cocoa exports.

This is how the US reacted after Derek Chauvin was found guilty of George Floyd’s murder.

This is how the US reacted after Derek Chauvin was found guilty of George Floyd’s murder.

The US has reacted after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd.

President Joe Biden welcomed the verdict, calling Chauvin’s conviction a “giant step forward” for the nation against systemic racism, while Vice President Kamala Harris said: “This is a day of justice.”

Barack and Michelle Obama issued a statement celebrating the guilty verdict but warning that America’s racism problem was far from solved.

And Beyonce and Oprah Winfrey, two of the most prominent black women in the US, led Holywood’s response to the verdict.

White officer Chauvin, 45, pinned Mr Floyd, 46, to the pavement with his knee on the black man’s neck in the city last May.

The ex-policeman could now be sent to prison for decades after a jury, made up of six white and six black or multiracial people, came back with its verdict after about 10 hours of deliberations over two days.

Chauvin was found guilty on all charges – second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

‘We’re all so relieved’

As celebrations broke out in Minneapolis and elsewhere in the US, President Biden, said of the verdict:

“We’re all so relieved.”

He and Ms Harris called Mr Floyd’s family after Chauvin was convicted. Asked by a family member how he was doing, Mr Biden said:

“Feeling better now. Nothing is going to make it all better, but at least now there is some justice.”

Barack and Michelle Obama said work was still to be done to reach “true justice”.

Their statement read:

“True justice requires that we come to terms with the fact that Black Americans are treated differently, every day. It requires us to recognise that millions of our friends, family, and fellow citizens live in fear that their next encounter with law enforcement could be their last.

“And it requires us to do the sometimes thankless, often difficult, but always necessary work of making the America we know more like the America we believe in.”

Beyonce, in a statement shared on her website alongside a childhood picture of Floyd sleeping in his mother’s arms, said:

“After too many years of misguided justice, today is a good day.

“I encourage all of us to continue to pray for George Floyd’s family and for all the families who seek justice for their loved ones who are victims of too many years of inequalities.”

Winfrey said she was brought to tears when the verdict was read.

She wrote on Instagram:

“Relieved—and emotional in ways I didn’t expect. I cried tears of joy as each verdict was read. I’m grateful to the witnesses and their testimonies.”

Winfrey said she was “grateful to Darnella Frazier”, the teenager who filmed Chauvin kneeling on Floyd.

She added:

“Grateful to every Juror for seeing and acknowledging what the world saw on that tape. Thank you God for real! #GeorgeFloyd.”

‘Victory would be George Floyd alive’

And poet Amanda Gorman, who rose to international attention following her address during Joe Biden’s inauguration, said:

“A reminder that victory would be George Floyd being alive. Every day Black Americans worry if they will be next is another day without justice.”

Chart-topping singer Mariah Carey tweeted

“Hallelujah!!!!!!!!” in response to the news, before adding:

“A beginning.. a small grain of hope for our future.”

Chris Evans, an actor best known for playing Captain America in the Marvel films, said:

“Justice. Sending love to George Floyd’s family and friends.”

Scandal actor Kerry Washington wrote:

“A guilty #verdict. But this fight for justice is not over. We have a lot of work to do. There is more fight ahead of us. But RIGHT NOW please take CARE of yourself. And let’s take care of each other. Prayers and love to the family of #GeorgeFloyd.”

Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis shared a painting of Floyd and said:

“GUILTY!!!! As it should be!! Now….Rest In Peace George Floyd.

Rest. You and your family have been vindicated.”

Video of a pot-bellied sponsor having fun with a hot slay queen leaves young men wallowing in jealousy [WATCH]

Video of a pot-bellied sponsor having fun with a hot slay queen leaves young men wallowing in jealousy [WATCH]

These days, money makes the world go round and that’s why young ladies, or rather slay queens, are falling in love with men who are old enough to be their fathers, popularly known as sponsors.

The well-oiled sponsors use their deep pockets to confuse slay queens while young men battle cold nights.

This pot-bellied sponsor was pictured being entertained by a lady who is young enough to be his daughter in what looks like a house party.

The lady, who was dressed to kill in a sparkling dress and high heels, took the sponsor to another world with her hot moves.

Check out the video.

Akuapem Poloo’s Lawyer Speaks Following His Client’s Bail (Watch Video)

Akuapem Poloo’s Lawyer Speaks Following His Client’s Bail (Watch Video)

Lawyer for Akuapem Poloo, Andrew Vortia, has spoken in a new video following the release of his client from police custody pending her appeal hearing.

While speaking in an interview with Peacefm and monitored by, Andrew Vortia was heard confirming that his client has been released.

He said that they appeal was set to go on and that it may even end up surpassing the 90-day jail term that she was handed on Friday, April 16, 2021.