TRAGEDY HIT the Akyem Kade Central Assembly of the Church of Pentecost on Monday evening when a member of the Church, Christian Appiatua, 50, a teacher by profession died in the church while prophesying.
The body of the deceased has been sent to the St. Dominic Hospital pending autopsy. The deceased before her untimely death was a teacher at Oda Islamic Primary School.
Information gathered by the DAILY HERITAGE and confirmed by elders of the church indicated that, on Monday evening around 8pm, while church service was in progress, the Holy Spirit came upon the deceased who started speaking in tongues and subsequently began prophesying about the second coming of Jesus Christ with a call on all to repent from their sins and inequities to enable them inherit the Kingdom of God.
The source indicated that while the deceased was prophesying, she went down on her knees but later felt down flat on her stomach in silent mood. Elders of the church after realizing that the deceased had kept long on the floor decided to wake her up only to realize that the deceased had stopped breathing.
The church elders quickly rushed her to the Kade Government Hospital, but she was pronounced dead on arrival. The body was later transferred to the St. Dominic Hospital at Akwatia where it has been deposited at the morgue.
Dr. William Duodu, Medical Superintendent at Kade Government Hospital in an interview confirmed the story, adding that the autopsy report will reveal the cause of the sad incident.
Brother of the deceased, Opanyin Akomea told the DAILY HERITAGE he was informed about the incident by the leaders of the church a few minutes after it happened and was told that the sister had been declared dead when rushed to the hospital.
Opanyin Akomea stated that the deceased was not suffering from any illness and that she was fit and healthy and went to school every day to teach. He stressed that the family is however waiting the autopsy report to enable them know the cause of his sister's death. The deceased was married with one child.
Source: Daily Heritage
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