- Kennedy Agyapong has reacted to Apraku My Daughter's death
- In a video, the firebrand politician made a powerful statement about the former deceased
- Apraku My Daughter died on Wednesday, May 20, 2020
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Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has reacted to the sad death of popular pastor, "Apraku My Daughter."
As reported by YEN.com.gh Apraku My Daughter died on Wednesday, May 20, 2020.
Per reports, the one-time renowned pastor was found dead in his room.
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However, in a video seen by YEN.com.gh, Kennedy Agyapong advised Ghanaian men of God to take a cue from the death of Apraku My Daughter.
According to him, the one-time popular preacher died a pauper.
He stated that "The evil that men do lives after them."
Watch the video below:
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Meanwhile, Prophet Kumchacha, a close associate of the deceased man of God, has confirmed the news of his former colleague's demise.
According to him, he had received information from Apraku's ex-wife that he had passed on but it was sketchy and he decided to verify for himself.
He thus moved from Accra to go and visit the deceased's house at Adom Estate around Awutu Bawjiase near Kasoa.
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Upon his arrival, he met Apraku's children at the premises of the deceased who told him they met their father unconscious in the room.
They tired all efforts to revive him without any success and Kumchacha got there to find his friend lying down.
As at the time of his interview, Kumchacha disclosed that they were waiting for the police and health personnel to come and officially confirm the demise or otherwise of the once popular evangelist.
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