- Pastor Sonnie Badu has pledged to support the children of Apraku My Daughter
- The family took a video together to thank the man of God
- Badu said anyone who wishes to join the move to support the family is welcome
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USA-based Ghanaian pastor Sonnie Badu has offered to support the children and family of Apraku My Daughter.
He disclosed this on his Instagram page that he is going to support the family, and called on all well-meaning Ghanaians who also want to show support.
Badu indicated in his caption that he was full of tears watching the family.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Apraku’s children thanked Badu profusely for the intervention.
According to them, many of the children were still in school and needed help since their father is no more.
Many people are touched by Badu’s pledge and they have thanked him.
They were full of praises for him as they also pronounced God’s blessings on the pastor’s life.
Royal, Maame, for instance, prayed for God’s blessing for Badu:
royal_hearts: “God bless you man of God.”
maameiv: “God bless you Man of God”
Jackie prayed that Badu’s blessings will be abundant:
jackie.simpson.50: “My God continue to Bless you ABUNDANTLY for you love & compassion! Thank for leading by example!”
More blessings were pronounced on Sonnie Badu for his kind gesture:
idabella.co: “God bless you for helping them!”
gyamfi284: “God bless you Papa I wish i can talk to you.”
naaatsweitennis: “Awwww God bless you man of God.”
eunice.frimpong: “This brought tears to my eyes. How can I help? I never even heard the pastor’s name before. Very sad .”
The news of the death of Apraku My Daughter hit Ghanaians hard in the afternoon of Wednesday, May 20, 2020.
He had been spotted heavily drunk shortly before his death.
Apraku was formerly one of Ghana’s big pastors.
He was known to have claimed to perform many miracles and owned many churches.
However, his glory did not last as his churches collapsed and he became poor till his death.
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