The head of the Word Miracle Church International, Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare has consoled bereaved Black Stars defender Isaac Vorsah.
The Red Bull Salzburg center half lost his father, Evans Vorah in the lead up to Ghana’s crucial 2014 World Cup qualifier against Sudan.
The ex TSG Hoffenheim star nevertheless remained with the Black Stars team to help secure a vital 4-0 win over the Nile Crocodiles last Sunday despite the need to be with his family during the difficult period.
Several messages have since flooded in for the experienced Ghana defender.
And the church, where Vorsah worships will not be left out of the mounting messages of condolence as they pledged their unwavering support to the blonde-haired Black Stars player.
“On behalf of the Ashaley Botwe branch of the church, I wish to express our deepest condolence to Vorsah on the death of his father,” Bishop Agyin-Asare said.
“It is our fervent prayer that the good Lord will grant him (Isaac Vorsah) what it takes to go through these challenging times.
“We, as a church are praying with him and will support him in this time of mourning.”
Vorsah becomes the third Black Stars player over just a year to have lost either one of his parent.
Anthony Annan, John Boye and quite recently, Asamoah Gyan have all been bereaved within this period.
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