- A 76-year-old elder of the Church of Pentecost named John Atteh in the Central Region has come back to life 4 days after he was declared dead by doctors
- John Atteh's son, who lives in Accra, named Dcn Joseph Mensah, had heard of his father's demise but could not visit the hospital until after 4 days due to financial constraints
- When Joseph finally got to the hospital, he found his dad at the morgue with flies hovering around, held a short prayer for his dad after which the dead man sprung back to life
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John Atteh, a 76-year-old resident of Dunkwao Kyekyewere, in the Central Region has miraculously come back to life after he was pronounced dead by doctors.
According to official reports from the Church of Pentecost and TV3, the aged man had spent four days at the Kyekyewere Government Hospital morgue in the Central Region before coming back to life.
Atteh's son, Deacon Joseph Mensah, who is a member of The Church of Pentecost, Bethlehem District in the Ashaiman Area, led a prayer that saw his dad jump back to life.
According to Deacon Joe Mensah, he received a call from his mother on Friday, July 17, 2020, that his father was dead and that he should rush home to sign a document to prepare the body to the morgue.
After receiving the call, Deacon Mensah could not travel immediately to Dunkwao Kyekyewere due to financial constraints and was only able to do so after four days on July 21.
After finally arriving at Kyekyewere, the prayerful son went to the hospital where he saw the body of his father wrapped with a cloth at the morgue with house flies hovering all around it.
Deacon Mensah, together with his mother and other siblings, surrounded the body and began to pray for divine intervention during which the 76-year-old opened his eyes and started to breathe.
This is not the first time such a report has hit the internet. Previously, a powerful video of how the late world-renowned evangelist Reinhard Bonnke raised a dead man surfaced on the internet days after his burial.
It would be recalled how YEN.com.gh earlier reported that thousands thronged the funeral of the famous German evangelist, to pay their last respect to the preacher.
TD Jakes, Paula White, and Benny Hinn were some of the popular clerics that were at the event as the crowd sang Bonnke's favourite hymn.
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