- Sonnie Badu has decided to come to the aid of Pastor "Aparku My Daughter"
- The former pastor has been captured in a video talking in town while drunk
- Social media users have hailed Sonnie Badu for his kind gesture
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Ghanaian gospel singer and preacher, Sonnie Badu, couldn't believe his eyes following news that former pastor, "Apraku My Daughter", was spotted drunk in town
The award-winning singer is ready to help "Apraku My Daughter" who has turned into a drunkard.
According to Sonnie Badu, Apraku My Daughter is the son of God and he will do everything possible to help him out.
He wrote, "David saw Saul and said I will not touch God’s anointed. Where do we find this man? I don’t know him, but we will help him ... @nana_amoakoadjei son @pritieyra daughter please find him ... He is still Gods servant... hold on sir, help is on the way ...."
Sonnie Badu's kind-hearted post has attracted positive reactions from social media users.
@josephinekuma: "God bless u Sir. It breaks my heart to see people rejoice in someone’s misery."
@david_mawutueni: "Sonnie this is an epitome of wisdom you are gifted with. ..I salute you bravery."
@lauren_koudou: "Amennn amennn may God bless you Pops @sonniebaduuk .. you are a true example of a leader.. this is what I call the Gospel as well."
@youngayamba: "God bless you minister of God,may your head never lack oil,I pray the same grace that spoke for you will speak for me also..."
@obaa_yaa_adepa: "God bless you man of God."
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a story Apraku My Daughter been spotted in a deplorable state.
In the video, the former preacher is captured unrecognizable and somewhat devastated.
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.
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