- A video showing how Reinhard Bonnke once raised a dead man has surfaced
- A man in Nigeria named Daniel Ekechukwu had died after a fatal accident on November 30, 2001, and spent 3 days in the mortuary
- Many eyewitnesses including Daniel himself narrated their sides of the story
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A powerful video of how the late world-renowned evangelist Reinhard Bonnke raised a dead man has surfaced on the internet days after his burial.
It would be recalled how YEN.com.gh earlier reported that thousands thronged the funeral of the famous German evangelist, to pay their last respect to the preacher.
TD Jakes, Paula White, and Benny Hinn were some of the popular clerics that were at the event as the crowd sang Bonnke's favourite hymn.
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Watch Reinhard Bonnke himself narrate the incident below:
The breathtaking video about Reinhard raising a dead man was taken in Nigeria during a crusade he ministered at back in the day.
Reports indicate that the man named Daniel Ekechukwu who was also a preacher had died after a terrible car accident on November 30, 2001.
Daniel was kept in the mortuary for three solid days before Reinhard's crusade was heard of.
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The wife of the dead pastor, Nneka, rushed to the hospital and demanded the dead body of her husband, which was handed over because of her persistent demand.
At that particular time, Reinhard Bonnke was dedicating a church when the dead body was brought from the mortuary into his meeting.
Many eyewitnesses came to narrate their sides of the story.
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Watch a full documentary of the incident from beginning to end below:
In other news regarding chilling videos, an emotional video of a moment an African-American woman Charnita Wilson discovered that she hails from Ghana after conducting a DNA test has surfaced online.
The development comes on the back of a news article that was recently shared.
It would be recalled that one of nearly 40 slave castles built in the Gold Coast, now Ghana, more than 70 families discovered their family tree during the African Ancestry DNA disclosure which is possibly the largest ever in the continent.
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