It is now 2 weeks after the death of Kasoa 10 years old boy, and we have decided to let you see recent photos of what happened during his burial. However, it is obvious that some Ghanaians may not have heard about the killed Kasoa 10 years old boy, but we will let you see recent photos of what happened during his burial. The death of the 10 years old boy who was killed in Kasoa about some 2 weeks ago, has been one of the major talk of the town. Numerous reactions from Ghanaians also shows how heartbreaking and painful his sudden death was to people.
Mere looking at the young 10 years old boy face indicate that the boy will be a gentle type. However, the burial of the Kasoa 10 years old boy was not close to anything elaborating because the deceased died at a very tender age. But there were humongous crowd from different part of the country, and the scene was also filled with mixed outfit from people compare to how Ghanaians organize their burial ceremony. Everything during the burial ceremony took place in Muslim pattern because the boy is a from a Islamic family.
The death of the boy has sprung up several conversations and debate about different advert on air. It also led to the urgent regulation of adverts on TV stations and radio stations.
See Recent Photos Of What Happened During His Burial;
May his soul Rest In Peace.
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