Top UK-based pastor dies of Covid-19 after joining churches in Ghana for 21 days fasting

Top UK-based pastor dies of Covid-19 after joining churches in Ghana for 21 days fasting

- Renowned UK-based Ghanaian pastor, Reverend Charles Brobbey, has reportedly died of Covid-19

- He arrived in Ghana in January to join some churches for their annual twenty-one days of fasting and prayers

- Reverend Brobbey reportedly passed away on Thursday, February 18

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Prominent UK-based Ghanaian pastor, Reverend Charles Brobbey, has reportedly died of Covid-19 weeks after joining some churches in Ghana for twenty-one days of fasting and prayers.

Reverend Brobbey is a minister at the Braemar Avenue Baptist Church in London, UK, and a revered pastor of the Ghana Baptist Convention.

The man of God arrived in Ghana in January to join some churches in the country for their annual twenty-one days of fasting and prayers to usher and empower believers for the New Year.

Top UK-based pastor dies of Covid-19 days after joining churches in Ghana for 21 days fasting
Top UK-based Ghanaian pastor, Reverend Charles Brobbey, dies of Covid-19 days after joining churches in Ghana for 21 days of fasting. Image: crabbimedia
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Until his Covid-19-related death, he was spotted preaching in some churches in Accra.

Reverend Brobbey reportedly died in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region on Thursday, February 18.

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