- Apraku My Daughter's ex-wife was left in tears after seeing the lifeless body of the pastor
- According to the woman, she had been saddened by the fate of Apraku after he failed to heed to all her advice
- Apraku My Daughter passed away in his house on Wednesday, May 20, 2020
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Osofo Apraku My Daughter's ex-wife, Miriam, has broken down in tears while speaking on the passing of the once-popular 'Man of God'.
According to Madam Miriam who still had a very good relationship with him, the deceased pastor did not heed to her constant advice in times past.
As already reported by YEN.com.gh, news broke on Wednesday, May 20, 2020, that Apraku My Daughter had passed away.
According to Prophet Kumchacha, a friend to the deceased, he passed away in his house which is located at Adom Estate, a suburb of Awutu Bawjiase near Kasoa.
From what YEN.com.gh gathered, Apraku's lifeless body was discovered inside his room when his children went to visit him.
Apraku My Daughter's ex-wife was one of the first people to have headed to the deceased's house when her children told her of what happened.
Speaking in an interview with Kofi Adomah Nwanwani on his KOFI TV, Apraku's ex-wife revealed that she left the marriage around 2003 but see still caters for some of his needs due to the fact that they have children.
Following the drunk video of Apraku which went viral, she had Prophet Kumchacha so they could go and check on the deceased.
But her daughters who had gone to the house earlier came discovered their father was lifeless in his room.
Reflecting on the life of her ex-husband, a crying Miriam said: "I am saddened. if he had listened to my advice he would not have ended up like that. You can take an animal to where the water is bu you canon force it to drink. So I had to call it quits and live my life but it would have ended like this if he had listened to me."
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The news of Apraku's passing comes just barely 24 hours after a video of him looking intoxicated from alcohol went viral on social media.
Meanwhile, gospel minister Sonnie Badu had declared his intention to offer help to Apraku following the video.
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