Bishop Owusu Ansah escapes death in car accident, photos drop

Bishop Owusu Ansah escapes death in car accident, photos drop

- Bishop Yaw Owusu Ansah has survived a car accident

- He is the Head of Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries International

- Pictures of his mangled car have popped up online

Bishop Yaw Owusu Ansah of the Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries International escaped a car accident while he was on his way to the studios of Adom FM for a public broadcast.

Bishop Owusu Ansah escapes death in car accident, photos drop
Bishop Owusu Ansah escapes death in car accident, photos drop (Photo:Adomonline)
Source: Facebook

Photos of his mangled car have emerged online. The extent of damage to the vehicle exposes how near-fatal the accident was about to be. Meanwhile, the Pastor is believed to be in good spirits after surviving the accident.

Bishop Owusu Ansah escapes death in car accident, photos drop
Bishop Owusu Ansah escapes death in car accident, photos drop (Photo: Facebook and Twitter)
Source: Facebook

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