Reverend Anthony Kwadwo Boakye, the founder and general overseer of the Resurrection Power New Generation Church, has passed away.
On Tuesday, February 21, 2023, the renowned and charismatic preacher allegedly passed away at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
According to a statement released upon his passing, the televangelist had been suffering from a stroke since October 23, 2021, which ultimately caused his death.
He is claimed to have been undergoing a number of medical procedures to aid in his rehabilitation after contracting the sickness.
According to the statement, these procedures had been keeping him well up until the point where he had to go for medical care.
Tragically, he finally passed away as he was getting ready to go.
Following this remarkable turnaround in his health, Rev. Boakye resumed his pastoral duties, preaching virtually on Sundays from his base at an undisclosed location until he actually showed up in church on New Year’s Eve to conduct the church service himself.
After that, he maintained his physical therapy exercises and met regularly with his lawyer, family, and a few chosen religious officials, according to parts of the statement.
The article added, “On January 31, 2023, he complained of severe leg aches and his family was forced to take him back to the hospital.
“It was found that his left leg’s blood circulation wasn’t the best, necessitating the necessity to send him abroad for more medical attention and, if required, surgery.
He was getting ready to travel when he suddenly became ill and needed to be transferred to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital’s Cardiothoracic Center. On Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at around 2:00 am, he sadly passed away.
The minister was well-known for his down-to-earth sermons that addressed the necessity for Christians to live virtuous lives while living in the power of God during his lifetime.
His online and live Sunday sermons, as well as other evangelical events he hosted across the nation, emphasized these messages.
His distinctive delivery in the regional Twi dialect has acquired a sizable following, resulting in the emergence of branches in Kasoa, the location of the church’s headquarters, and elsewhere.
Reverend Anthony Kwadwo Boakye was renowned for his charitable deeds toward the destitute, including bedridden patients, flood victims, and other underprivileged people.
Funeral arrangements have not yet been made public.
“We humbly request that all churchgoers and members of the public remember him in their prayers so that God may grant him a peaceful rest in the bosom of Abraham, our forefather in faith.
Funeral plans will be announced to the public in due course, according to the statement on his passing that was signed by Alexander K. K. Abban, his attorney.