- Pastor Apraku My Daughter has passed away on Wednesday, May 20, 2020
- He passed away in his house at Adom Estate in the Awutu Bawjiase near Kasoa
- Here is a video of how Apraku's body was conveyed by the police
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It was a sad atmosphere as the police appeared at the house of Pastor Apraku My Daughter to convey his body.
As already reported by YEN.com.gh, news broke on Wednesday, May 20, 2020, that Apraku My Daughter had passed away.
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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.
Many hours after the news broke in the media, Apraku was still lying on his bed just like he had been found.
This was as a result of the police not arriving on time. Having passed away under such circumstances, his body could not have been handled by any other people than the police.
In a new video, the police have finally arrived to carry Apraku My Daughter's remains and it was just sad.
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Many residents of the area who had trooped to the scene could be seen shedding tears as the hearse arrived to carry the body.
The hearse was from the St Gregory Catholic Hospital at Budumburam but from what we gather, he will be put at the Police Hospital morgue.
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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