I felt my spirit left my body, Boakye-Danquah narrates harrowing COVID experience

The executive director of the Kandifo Institute said it took health officials four days to stabilise him after he was initially diagnosed with pneumonia

Palgrave Boakye-Danquah, the founder and executive director of the Kandifo Institute, has been recounting his COVID-19 experience, stating that at a point he felt his spirit left his body.

According to him, he was initially diagnosed of pneumonia following a test by his doctors after complaining of having difficulty breathing.

Speaking to Nana Yaa Mensah on The Asaase Breakfast Show on Monday (1 February 2021), Boakye-Danquah said even though he could not tell how long his out-of-body experience lasted, his ordeal as COVID-19 patient was horrible.

“I was very conscious of the places that I visited. I didn’t see myself lying in the hospital, and so that was really what happened, because I think that on 8 January, which was a Friday when my family had come, Dr Enam and a few others I had conversion with, they stated that they had tried all that they could and it had to take a miracle from God,” Boakye-Danquah said.

He added: “Because my lungs were all blocked because of the pneumonia, everything, I couldn’t breathe, even when they put me on the ventilator I couldn’t breathe … when I breathed I felt pain.”

The executive director of the Kandifo Institute recalled it took four days for health officials to stabilise him, adding prayers from his family comforted him a lot until he recovered fully after 11 days.

Listen to excerpts from Palgrave Boakye-Danquah’s story:


Fred Dzakpata

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