Reverend Anthony Kwadwo Boakye, a well-known man of God, died on Wednesday, February 22, 2023. This was a shocking turn of events. The popular preacher with a lot of charisma is said to have died on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. Christians in Ghana and around the world were shocked when they heard about his death. Reverend Boakye started and led the Pillar of Faith International Church in Ngleshie Amanfro, close to the Kasoa toll booth, before he died.
He was known for his strong sermons and his ability to connect with the people in his church. Love, faith, and the power of prayer were at the heart of what he taught. Reverend Boakye had been sick for a while, but no one knew what it was. His congregation had been praying for him to get better. He was said to be going through a series of medical treatments to help him get better after getting the disease. It was found that his left leg wasn’t getting enough blood.
He needed more medical care, so he had to be flown out of the country. But before any of these things could be done, the preacher died. When people heard about his death on Wednesday, February 22, 2023, they rushed to his church in Ngleshie Amanfro, near the Kasoa toll booth. The mood was sad because the news of his death hadn’t really set in yet. Many of his followers were seen crying and mourning his death.
Reverend Boakye’s death has left a hole in the Christian community, especially among his congregation, who looked to him for guidance and spiritual support. Many of his followers said he was a kind, caring person who always looked out for their best interests. People talked about how kind he was and how he never gave up on doing God’s work. The Pillar of Faith International Church has been in the news for all the wrong reasons in recent years.
A video of a fight between Reverend Boakye’s wife and some men who were said to be church leaders was posted on social media a few months ago. The video showed Mrs. Boakye going to where the men were counting the money to talk to them. The event caused a lot of arguments and made people wonder about how the church handled its money. Even though there was trouble at his church, Reverend Boakye was still loved by his followers.