Kofi Adoma, who was close to the late preacher Emmanuel Kwaku Apraku, popularly known as ‘Apraku My Daughter’, has revealed why the late preacher still struggled financially irrespective of the help offered him by his colleague pastors.
According to him, colleague pastors such as Reverend Obofour, Prophet Badu Kobi and Kumchacha offered help in the form of money, cars and houses to the late preacher.
Speaking in an interview on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem morning show on Wednesday, Mr Adoma said ‘Apraku My Daughter’ was too kind and hence the reason for his poverty.
According to him, the departed benevolent preacher gave away monies given to him to people who were less-privileged.
He gave to people so easily without having a second thought, and that was his downfall. He would give out monies given him by Rev Obofour, Kumchacha and Prophet Kobi Badu. Rev Obofour bought him a house to live in but he didn’t, Kumchacha also personally gave out one of his houses to him to live in but he didn’t. I mean I didn’t really understand why he was doing that, He said.
Mr Adoma, said it got to a point his colleague in the ministry, who were offering a helping hand to the late pastor, got relaxed.
Most Ghanaians have expressed shock at the sudden death of ‘Apraku My Daughter.’
The late Founder and Leader of King Jesus Evangelistic Ministry International, rose to fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s and fell to zero like a fallen tree.
Over the weekend and prior to his death on Wednesday, May 20, 2020, a video of him heavily drunk also popped up on social media.