Adib Saani, a security and foreign policy analyst, has attributed the success of con artist Patricia Asiedua (also known as Nana Agradaa) to her victims’ greed and desire for “overnight riches.”
He claims that many Ghanaians are eager to accumulate wealth, making them susceptible to deceptive schemes by people like “Nana Agradaa.”
On Sunday, he explained to Paa Kwesi Schandorf in an interview for JoyNews that the converted fetish priestess exploits the public’s love of money to defraud her victims.
He believes that her activities are also fueled by the country’s security arrangements’ flaws.
In fact, “Agradaa” is not to blame.She isn’t really my fault.because she is merely an opportunity seeker who is taking advantage of flaws in our values, norms, and criminal justice system.Additionally, he claimed, “I blame us because people’s penchant for overnight riches, greed, and gullible state of mind are what is accounting for this.”
Adib Saani also attributed the police’s passive treatment of her to the fact that she had been linked to crimes on multiple occasions.
What has the police previously done regarding her?And if you go to the Sowutuom Police station and ask for Agradaa’s files, I dare you to be surprised by how many complaints have been made against her there.resembles almost a weekly ritual.However, what has been done to address it?He probed.
“And they know her, and she knows them,” the security analyst continued.At a certain point, individuals even visit the police station, and the police are even able to anticipate the phrase “I know you’re here because of Agradaa.”What have they become?Menzgold’s Nana Appiah Mensah is free but has killed many people.Therefore, the only way out is to fix the system, which is broken.
The comments made by Adib Saani come in response to recent complaints made by some members of the Heaven Way Church in Weija, who claimed that their leader, Evangelist Mama Pat, also known as “Nana Agradaa,” had slyly deceived them and taken their money.
The displeased members of the congregation claimed that “Nana Agradaa” had promised to double their funds through her unique spiritual endowments.
The affected worshippers claimed that they were persuaded to give her various sums in anticipation of multiplied outcomes based on this assurance.
However, in a series of viral videos posted on social media on Saturday, churchgoers who had faith in the recently converted fetish priestess stated that their funds had not been doubled and that “Nana Agradaa” had vanished.
This, in their opinion, hints at a well-thought-out plan by the preacher to con them out of their money.
Therefore, on Saturday, the enraged and betrayed members of the congregation flocked to the church grounds in search of responses from Evangelist Mama Pat.
They admitted in some of the viral videos that they had given “Nana Agradaa” substantial sums, ranging from GHC1,000 to GHC20,000.
In the meantime, the public made allegations that Patricia Asiedua, also known as “Nana Agradaa,” was involved in a money-doubling scam, and the police arrested her.
Currently, the suspect is assisting the police in their investigation.
“Anyone who is a victim of the alleged money doubling scam should report to the Accra Regional Police Command for further action and to assist in the investigation,” the police stated in a statement on October 9, 2022.
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