- Apraku My Daughter has been captured in a deplorable state in a video
- The former preacher is seen drunk and walking in town
- He was looking unrecognizable and almost looking pale
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Popular Ghanaian pastor, Emmanuel Apraku, popularly known as Apraku My Daughter, has been spotted in a deplorable state.
YEN.com.gh has sighted a sad video of Apraku My Daughter which is currently trending online.
In the video, the former preacher is captured unrecognizable and somewhat devastated.
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From the video, Apraku My Daughter is seen drunk and looking lean.
He could be heard insulting the women recording the video of him asking them to stop.
The women could also be heard exchanging words with him and also threatened that they’ll post the video on social media.
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Pastor Apraku was one of the most popular men of God in the country.
Watch the video below:
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He had about 25 branches with thousands of members but ‘all of a sudden’, his glory vanished leading to the collapse of his churches.
Recently reports went viral that Apraku My Daughter had reportedly died.
However, the one-time popular preacher came out to deny the said reports.
In a footage that was aired on Kofi TV, Apraku My Daughter, who was stunned by the reports of his death asked the general public to disregard the reports.
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"Oh, that is how the world is. I am alive. This is me. It has been announced on the radio that I'm dead, but it is not true. I am speaking from Kasoa at the moment," he is noted to have said.
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