The beleaguered founder of the Heaven Way Champion International Ministry, Patricia Asiedua, also known as Nana Agradaa, has been arraigned once more and is facing new charges.

In accordance with Sections 67(1) of the Cybersecurity Act (Act 1038), Nana Agradaa, who has been known to the law in recent times, was charged with non-consensual sharing of intimate images.

She will appear on February 8, 2023, before Circuit Court 10, which will be presided over by Her Honour Mrs. Evelyn Asamoah, to deny the charge.

Enock Owusu Kissi, 33, Charles Omane alias One Gig, 39, Emmanuel Kofi Gyasi, 47, and Andy, who is still at large, were also charged with assisting in the commission of a crime. sharing of intimate images without consent.

While Emmanuel Kofi Gyasi, the fourth accused, was not present, Kissi, the second accused, and Omane, the third accused, pleaded not guilty. The fifth suspect, identified as Andy, is still at large.

They have all been granted bail with three sureties totaling GHc 100,000. On March 8, 2023, they are expected to appear once more.

Brief facts According to the Prosecutor, ASP Emmanuel Haligah, the Complainant, Emmanuel Appiah Fomum, is a Prophet who resides in Teshie, Accra. These facts were presented to the court by the Prosecutor.

He stated that the first accused, Patricia Asiedua, is a female pastor who lives in Weija, and the second accused, Enoch Owusu Kissi, is a media practitioner who also lives in Weija.

The prosecutor also informed the court that the third accused, Charles Omane, also known as “One Gig,” is a businessman who lives in Nungua. The fourth accused, Emmanuel Kofi Gyasi, is a television (TV) presenter who lives in Nungua. The fifth accused, Andy, is still at large.

According to ASP Haligah, the first accused, Patricia Asieduwaa, who owned a television station called “Thunder TV,” hosted a program on her station in 2020 and purposefully displayed the complainant’s naked photos on live television.

The prosecutor claimed that Nana Agradaa mocked him along with the other accused panelists on the aforementioned program, encouraging her to take the course.