Nana Agradaa, the self-described fetish priestess turned prophetess, is in trouble once more.
She is accused of sharing nude images of another prophet, Emmanuel Appiah Fomum, and is also known as Patricia Asiedua.
The prophetess, who was detained and charged on February 8, entered a not-guilty plea in front of Evelyn Asamoah, the chief justice of the Accra Circuit Court.
The prosecutor, ASP Emmanuel Haligah, presented the evidence in court by stating that Nana Agradaa hosted a program on her television station, “Thunder TV,” sometime in 2020.
Four other people, Enock Owusu Kissi, 33, Charles Omane, 39, Emmanuel Kofi Gyasi, 47, and one Andy, were with her.
The prosecutor alleged that Nana Agradaa purposefully mocked prophet Emmanuel by airing naked images of him on live television.
The prosecutor informed the court that the first defendant also purposefully used WhatsApp to send pornographic pictures of the complainant to a witness.
In addition, the presentation was live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube, he said.
A witness observed it and reported what they had seen to the complaint, Prophet Emmanuel.
All of the suspected people were detained for questioning after the prophet called the police to report the incident, with the exception of Andy.
In court, Kissi and Omane entered a not-guilty plea. Emmanuel Kofi Gyasi, however, wasn’t there. Bail has been set for each of them at GHS 100,000 with three sureties. They’re supposed to show up again on March 8, 2023.