It is reported that the son of the founder and leader of Glorious Wave Church International, Major Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has passed away and was buried over the weekend.
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His son, Daniel Kenneth Badu Kobi, who is believed to have died at the age of 19 is said to have gave up the ghost after a short illness.
The funeral ceremony which was well-attended was held at the premises of his father’s church, Glorious Wave Church International located in Sakumono, a suburb of Accra on Saturday, December 2.
According to the many people who personally knew Daniel Kenneth Badu Kobi, they described him as a committed young Christian and also one of the brilliant students of renowned Ashesi University. He was reported to be a very active student on campus as well.
Other young Christians who knew Daniel Kenneth Badu Kobi popularly known as DKB described his enthusiasm for the work of Godas top-notch and an enviable one worthy of emulation.
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The 19-year old man was born on the April 10, 1998 to Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi and Mrs. Gloria Kobi.
The funeral was attended by high-ranking members of the society including former president John Dramani Mahama, Afia Schwarzenegger and other Men of God.
Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi is a renowned Man of God who has had experience with all facets of life. He is noted as having given out more than 200 cars to some prominent people and members of his congregation.
Some of the celebrities who have had their share of his free vehicles include musicians Obaapa Christy, Yaw Sarpong and Daddy Lumba. Counselor George Lutterodt was also a beneficiary.
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He has also waded into some political talk after commenting on some governmental issues. Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Okay FM, the Man of God predicted some economic hardships in 2018.
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