John Atteh, a 76-year-old resident of Dunkwao Kyekyewere, has miraculously come back to life after he was pronounced dead by doctors for four days at the Kyekyewere Government Hospital in the Central region.
The son of Mr Atteh, Deacon Joseph Mensah, who is a member of The Church of Pentecost, Bethlehem District in the Ashaiman Area, could not hold his joy after he had organised some family members to pray for their dead father.
According to him, he received a call from his mother on Friday, July 17, 2020, that his father was dead and that he should rush home to sign a document to prepare the body for the morgue.
After receiving the call, Deacon Mensah could not travel immediately to Dunkwao Kyekyewere due to financial constraints.
Four days later, on Tuesday, July 21, 2020, he managed to travel to Kyekyewere and went to the hospital where he saw the body of his father wrapped with a cloth at the morgue with houseflies hovering all around it.
Mr Mensah, together with his mother and other siblings, surrounded the body and began to pray for divine intervention.
After praying for a while, Deacon Mensah asked everyone to stop praying.
He then shouted the name of his father three times, “Daa, Daa, Daa, wake up; it is me your son Joe. Wake up!” Immediately after the third shout, his dead father opened his eyes!
Deacon Mensah exclaimed: “He is not dead. Let us help him sit up on the bed. Give him some water to drink!” Mr Atteh sat on the bed and drank the water.
By the power of the Almighty God, Mr Atteh is alive. To God be the glory for such a great miracle.