Revealed: Details of how Rev.Anthony Kwadwo Boakye of Resurrection Power Church died

Anthony Kwadwo Boakye, founder and General Overseer of the Resurrection Power New Generation Church at Kasoa Toll Booth, is confirmed.

He reportedly passed away on February 21, 2023, at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.

God’s man, who had been unable to function for some time, finally gave in to the cold hands of death.

According to a statement that confirmed his passing, the well-known charismatic preacher died after battling a stroke since October 23, 2021, which ultimately resulted in his death.

Rev. Boakye was said to have been going through a series of medical treatments to help him recover from the disease, including physiotherapy.

The statement said that these treatments had kept him in good health until he needed to get medical help outside the country.

Sadly, when he finally passed away, preparations for his trip were already underway.

“Rev. Boakye resumed his pastoral activities following this impressive improvement in his health, giving virtual homilies on Sundays from his base at an undisclosed location until he physically appeared in church on New Year’s Eve to lead the service himself.

The statement emphasized that “he continued with his physiotherapeutic exercise thereafter” and that “he had regular audiences with some selected leaders of the church, family members, and his legal counsel”

It proceeded, “On 31st January 2023 his family was constrained to return him to the clinic when he whined of sharp agonies in his left leg.”

“It was discovered that his left leg did not have the best blood circulation, so he had to be flown out of the country for additional medical care and, if necessary, surgery.

When he suddenly became ill and was rushed to the Cardiothoracic Centre at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, preparations were already being made for that journey.

Unfortunately, around 2 a.m. on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, he died, according to a statement on his death signed by his attorney, Alexander K.K. Abban.

The preacher was well-known during his lifetime for his practical sermons that stressed the importance of Christians living a holy life while relying on God’s power.

These points were emphasized in both his live and recorded Sunday sermons, as well as in other evangelical events he held all over the country.

Additionally, his signature delivery in the local Twi dialect won him a large following; resulting in the growth of branches beyond Kasoa, the church’s headquarters.

Also well-known was Reverend Anthony Kwadwo Boakye’s generosity to the underprivileged in society; including people who are confined to a bed, flood victims, and others who are in need.

Arrangements for the funeral have not yet been made public.

“We beg all individuals from the congregation and the overall population to save him in your requests for God to give him serene rest in the chest of Abraham, our dad in confidence.

The statement stated that “funeral arrangements will be communicated to the public in due course.”

Attach a copy of the statement announcing the clergyman’s death.

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