Former presidential candidate, Herman Cain died Thursday morning from coronavirus.
Herman Cain, who is a native of Georgia, worked and elevated his way up with series of companies, which includes Coca-Cola and Pillsbury. before he landed at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in the year 1995.
According to the statement on his website, it reads;
“He’s entering the presence of the Savior he’s served as an associate minister at Antioch Baptist Church in Atlanta for, and preparing for his reward,”
Little About Herman Cain before his death
Herman Cain worked as a senior advisor to Bob Dole’s presidential campaign in the year 1996 and began his own hustle for Senate seat in Georgia in the year 2004, but lost his primary to Johnny Isakson.
Herman Cain ran for president in the year 2012, but dropped out after multiple accusations of venereal issues.
Cain tested positive for the coronavirus disease after attending President Trump’s rally in Tulsa, but according to his team, the doctor said he is going to recover.
Herman Cain is survived with Gloria the wife, and two children, Vincent and Melanie, and four grandchildren.