The Founder of In Him is Life Church International Rev Isaac Opoku popularly known as Rev Obotuo has urged Christians to prioritize getting their names written in the book of life by living a good life instead of putting their trust in churches they fellowship with.
Preaching at the final funeral of the late highlife musician, Emmanuel Kwame Baffoe Anokye, known in showbiz as Anokye Supremo on March 2,2019 at atomic Energy Park in Accra Rev Obotuo noted that having one’s name written in the book of life is the most important thing should interest Christians.
“It is not about the number of congregation or how old your church is. On the day of judgement, you will not be asked which church do you attend but deeds will determine where your final destination will be” Rev Isaac Opoku noted.
He reminded Christians of the love God has for them and entreated them to give their lives to Christ and live a good life. That is the surest way to escape the hell fire.
Rev Obotuo donated GHC5000.00 to the family of the late Anokye Supremo. He had earlier donated a sum of GHC 10,000 to Anokye Supremo after his plea on hitzfm for a sum of GHC10,000 surgery since he had a tumor in his head.
The 33 year-old musician formerly known as Daddy Lumba Jnr., died at the Rabindranath Tagore International Institute of Cardiac Sciences, Mukundapur in India where he underwent surgery on tumour in his head.
Due to his unique resemblance, heto the Legendary Ghanaian singerdaddy lumba he initially called himself daddy lumba jnr but later changed it.
Highlife artiste Kaakyire Kwame Appiah and gospel musician Diana were there to perform some funeral songs in honour of the deceased.
He is known for his songs ‘Befa Me’, ‘Efri Nea Efire’ and ‘Hye Wo Ho Den’, ‘Krom Aye De’, among others.