In 1990, the General Overseer of the Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries International, Evangelist Akwasi Amoako died in a mysterious motor accident at Mankessim after a program in Takoradi when a heavy Military vehicle crashed into his car, killing him instantly.
The outspoken man of God was travelling with Ghanaian gospel music duo, Tagoe Sisters who miraculously survived the accident with various degrees of injuries.
For years, the Jerry Rawlings-led PNDC government has been accused for orchestrating the accident because they hated how Evangelist Amoako was always bashing them.
Recently, founder and General Overseer of Alive Chapel International, Archbishop Elisah Salifu Amoako in an interview with Abeiku Santana also accused the PNDC government of being behind the accident.
“There’s a mystery there. If God permits, how he (Evangelist Akwasi Amoako) died, who called him to come to Accra. That particular time he drove at dawn too, there is a secret there too. If you put the bit and pieces together, you will know the government knew something about his death,” he said.
“I can say it because no one knew Pastor Amoako very well than I did…I was staying with him so I knew everything that was going on.”
However, Tagoe Sisters, who were involved in the accident that claimed the life of their mentor, have said in a recent interview with actor Kwaku Manu that the Rawlings-led PNDC government had no hand in the tragic death of Evangelist Amoako.
According to the twin musicians, the conspiracy theories surrounding the death of Francis Akwasi Amoako is not true and what happened on 26th March 1990 was an accident and nothing else.
Watch the interview below