The Accra Circuit Court has once more remanded Patricia Oduro, also known as Nana Agradaa, into police custody.
She is charged with seven counts of defrauding under false pretenses and using shady TV and newspaper advertisements to seduce her victims.
Since her arrest for allegedly increasing the amount of money, the self-described preacher has remained in police detention.
Following accusations of a money-doubling scheme made against her by some members of the public, Nana Agradaa was taken into custody.
This follows a popular social media video of sufferers discussing their losses.
“Anyone who is a victim of the suspected money-doubling fraud should report to the Accra Regional Police Command for further action to assist the investigation,” the police stated in a statement.
“The investigation was started in response to reports that the Police became aware of regarding the situation.”
“We would like to urge anyone with information that would assist the inquiry to report to the Accra Regional Police Command at Accra Central near the COCOBOD office,” the statement continued.
Some of the victims said they visited Nana Agradaa’s church after seeing her promote on television that she would be increasing donations during Friday’s all-night service.
On October 17, she’s anticipated to show up once more in court.