- Sonnie Badu has reacted to Apraku My Daughter's Death
- He had earlier offered to help the deceased man of God
- Apraku My Daughter died on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 after he trended in a video
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Ghanaian gospel singer, Sonnie Badu, has reacted to the death of Emmanuel Apraku, popularly known as Apraku My Daughter.
The renowned singer couldn't hold back his tears following the death of the former popular preacher.
Sonnie Badu has taken to his Instagram handle to pay a glowing tribute to Apraku My Daughter.
In his post, he wrote, "We have just been informed that the pastor passed on to be with the Lord this morning. It looks like it was my urge to helping him video that alerted people to go check on him and when they did he had passed on. No one had heard from him for 3 days ... Sir, may you Rest In Peace. I heard you were a giver and loved people. Tears are in my eyes while watching KOFITV now ... On this note, I want us to pray for pastors and ministers who have sacrificed everything for the gospel and their families. Some are going through intense depression others have attempted suicide, yet they have to stand and pray, minister, take care of souls ... please don’t forget to say a little prayer."
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Pastor Apraku was one of the most popular men of God in the country.
He had about 25 church branches with thousands of members but ‘all of a sudden’, his glory vanished leading to the collapse of his churches.
See Sonnie Badu's post below:
Before Apraku My Daughter's death, Sonnie Badu has offered to help him after a video of him intoxicated with the alcohol went viral.
In the video, Apraku My Daughter was seen in town drunk and insulting lady who attempted to take a video of him.
However, Apraku My Daughter couldn't live to see Sonnie Badu's help.
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