Apraku My Daughter: Video of the daughters of late pastor

Apraku My Daughter: Video of the daughters of late pastor

- Pastor Apraku My Daughter has passed away on Wednesday, May 20, 2020

- He was discovered lifeless in his room by his children when they visited

- Here is a video of the two daughters who first found him

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The passing of once-popular pastor, Paraku My Daughter, is still a topic for discussion in the Ghanaian media.

Apraku My Daughter: Video of the daughters of late pastor

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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.

The latest to come up about Pastor Apraku is a video of his two daughters who were the first discover his lifeless body.

From what YEN.com.gh has gathered, Apraku and his ex-wife had three children, the eldest of whom is a boy.

The boy was, however, not around when his sisters went to visit their father at his house to apparently inform him of Sonnie Badu's intention to help him.

The two girls as sighted in the video are their late teens or early 20s. The two are said to be still in school.

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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