Evangelist Patricia Oduro formerly known as Nana Agradaa who was convicted into police custody earlier this year was at the Accra Circuit court today for the second hearing of her case.
In April this year, she was arrested by the Ghana Police Service and taken into custody. She was then tried on two major charges thus operating a Television station without a license and secondly using dubious ways to take money from people promising them money doubling.
Patricia Oduro pleaded not guilty on all the charges raised against her and was released from police custody by court order.
Today being the scheduled date for the hearing of the cas by an Accra high , Patricia Oduro upon the commencement of the court hearing spoke and admitted (pleaded) guilty on all the two charges raised against her.The court presided over by Emmanuel Essandoh also convicted Nana Agradaa for charlatanic advertisement (sika gari) contrary to section 137 of the criminal offences Act, 1960.
She was fined amount of GHs10,000 for the offense of charlatan advertisement, in default, serve a year in prison and also a fine of 3,000 penalty units (GHs36,000) on the count of operating a TV station without a license was also placed on her, in default, she will serve a three-year jail term with hard labor if she fails to meet the fine amount.