Ghanaian Evangelist Diana Asamoah, a close friend of the deceased Ghana gospel artist, Prophet Seth Frimpong, has said that the gospel musician did not die of COVID-19 as being speculated by the public.
She said the artiste was diabetic and as a result of the sickness he passed away.
“No one should say COVID-19 killed Prophet Seth Frimpong. He was a diabetic and that was what killed him.”
Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, several Ghanaians have resulted to attributing the cause of death to the COVID-19, with Prophet Seth Frimpong not an exception.
Speaking in an interview with Doctar Cann on Happy98.9FM, Evangelist Asamoah noted that he had engaged in fasting, even after been aware of his condition.
But his love for God was unstoppable.
“He had gone on a fast regardless of his condition. I didn’t think it wise for him to even fast with such a condition. But when God takes over your life, you disregard a lot of things.”
According to her, the late Prophet Seth Frimpong was a man who cherished God and refused to allow anything stop him from serving God.
“He has really suffered and God will surely be with him,” she noted, adding that Osofo Seth will always remain in her heart.
Ghanaian gospel musician, Prophet Seth Frimpong died in the early hours of Friday, April 24, 2020.
The musician known as the dancing prophet announced his presence in the music scene in 2000 and graced Ghana with the albums ’Ade A Nyame Aka’, ‘Engosi Aga’ and ‘Mehuri So’.