PHOTOS: Ghanaian UK-based Church Elder Has Died Of Coronavirus On His Birthday


PHOTOS: Ghanaian UK-based Church Elder Has Died Of Coronavirus On His Birthday
Deacon Kenneth Yeboah

A Ghanaian UK-based church elder identified as Kenneth Yeboah has died of coronavirus.

Deacon Kenneth Yeboah, 55, died a week later after contracting deadly coronavirus on March 24, 2020.

The sad part of his sudden death is that he died on his birthday, April 1, 2020.

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UK’s Evening Standard reports that Deacon Kenneth Yeboah, who was a bus driver and elder in his church was admitted to the Newham Hospital after he fell ill.

Unfortunately, he died a week later leaving behind his wife and three children; Gabriel, Jessica and Enoch.

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His wife, Mrs Yeboah, shocked about his sudden demise said; “Not long before he went into hospital he had been singing in church. He had been lively and bubbly as always. It’s almost impossible to take in.

He was an amazing singer who was the life and soul of the church. He was a wonderful father and husband, an incredible family man. We all miss him so much. People have been calling us from around the world. He touched so many people’s lives. The response has been very moving”.

May his soul rest in peace!

Kennedy Yeboah and children