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Sonnie Badu offers to cater for late evangelist Apraku’s children

Late Rev. Apraku and daughters

Gospel musician and leader of the Rock Hill Church, Sonnie Badu, has offered to take care of late evangelist Emmanuel Kwaku Apraku’s children.

Badu in an Instagram post, announced the intentions of the church after they had reached out to late Apraku’s family.

The evangelist died in his room on Wednesday at Kasoa in the Central Region.

The late evangelist was one of Ghana’s popular leaders of what has become known as ‘one-man churches in the 1990s and early 2000s but fell on hard times.

 

In a viral video, an unknown woman was seen scolding and teasing the minister of the gospel for becoming a drunkard.

 

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According to her, it was  Apraku’s punishment for not being true to God.

Sonnie Badu in his post said he had tried to reach out to the late preacher, but he (Apraku) died.

 

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We have just been informed that the pastor passed on to be with the Lord this morning. It looks like it was my urge to helping him video that alerted people to go check on him and when they did he had passed on. No one had heard from him for 3 days … Sir, may you Rest In Peace. I heard you were a giver and loved people. Tears are in my eyes while watching KOFITV now … On this note, I want us to pray for pastors and ministers who have sacrificed everything for the gospel and their families. Some are going through intense depression others have attempted suicide, yet they have to stand and pray, minister, take care of souls … please don’t forget to say a little prayer. #DrBadu

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“We have just been informed that the pastor passed on to be with the Lord this morning. It looks like it was my urge to helping him that alerted people to go check on him and when they did he had passed on”.

Before his eventual demise, there were speculations last month that he was dead. But he came out to dispel the rumour.

‘Apraku my daughter’ as he was fondly called had been off the scene for some time.

“No one had heard from him for 3 days … Sir, may you Rest In Peace. I heard you were a giver and loved people. Tears are in my eyes while watching KOFITV now”

“On this note, I want us to pray for pastors and ministers who have sacrificed everything for the gospel and their families. Some are going through intense depression, others have attempted suicide, yet they have to stand and pray, minister, take care of souls … please don’t forget to say a little prayer”

 

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