Bridget Otoo, a media figure, has given her voice to the concerns that several Ghanaians have fallen victim to Nana Agradaa’s swindle.
In a tweet, Bridget Otoo stated that some individuals are deserving of being conned, particularly if they refuse to learn.
She made these comments because she is still perplexed as to why some people were duped by Agradaa.
She also questioned how a purported lady of God could transform $1,000 into $100,000 in a matter of minutes.
In the meantime, Serwaa Amihere posted her opinions about Nana Agradaa’s claimed new “sika gari” scam, arrest, and detention on Twitter.
Bridget found it incomprehensible that some Ghanaians would think it possible for a former chief priestess to overnight transform into a lady of God.
According to Serwaa Amihere in a tweet, if we are to prosecute Nana Agradaa for her infamous modus operandi of extorting money from her victims, then a lot of religious heads must also suffer the same fate because what is good for the geese is equally good for the gander.