On the 3rd of March, 2021 the celebrated and well hyped Disk Jockey (DJ) who is famously known as Isaac Danquah aka DJ Advicer was pronounced death after suffering from a short illness leading to his sudden death.
Isaac De-Graft Danquah death came as a shock to the Entertainment industry especially music admirers and musicians with how he used his influence to attract more fans for Musicians with routine air play.
DJ Advicer’s death has really pained many especially his close friend, Kwame A-Plus who was actually the first person to announce the demise of the DJ.
However, the final burial rite of the DJ was held today at Roman Catholic Church where it saw a bunch of mourners with the inclusion of the family of the deceased, friends and sympathizers.
The DJ has finally been sent to his eternal resting place. The Burial rite was a successful one of course despite the sadness. May his soul rest in perfect peace
Check out some Photos at his burial rite below;
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