The 40-year-old, most remembered for his sensational displays at the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations in which the Black Stars reached the semi-finals of the competition, had been debilitated since suffering a stroke in 2015.
He revealed shortly after the incident that he was unable to read or write, which left him "lacking confidence" and socially isolated due to his slurred speech.
Agogo, who spent most of his professional career in England, played for fifteen different clubs over fifteen years, before retiring from professional football in 2012.
His three goals in the final stages of the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations helped Ghana to a third-place finish, adding to the three club honours he earned during his career.
Agogo scored a total of 143 goals during his professional football career, opened his own small group and personal fitness training business after retiring.