Sign in
Download Opera News App

 

 

Some Coffin Styles In Ghana Nowadays That You Need To See

The Coffin producers in Ghana are currently making coffins based on profession and work to suit the deceased.


As Christianity is the largest religion in Ghana, with approximately 71.2% of Ghana's population, the demand for a coffin in Ghana has become high, the majority of the carpenters have become coffin makers in order to make profit.


Ghanaians take great pride in making coffins that reflect the life, dreams, passions and status of the dead.


Loved ones believe the dead should get the best possible send-off, with funeral being elaborate affairs.


Ghana Coffin creators have become creative to the degree that Coffins are made in various styles based on professions in Ghana.


At the coffin market in Ghana nowadays, almost all the coffins are in different styles and shape compared to the old-fashioned ways of coffin.


In Ghana, it's the duty of friends and family and relatives to purchase the final resting place for the dead. 


Most of the funeral service occurs from Thursday to Monday. On Thursday the family gets the coffin; on Friday the body is brought from the morgue; on Saturday the memorial service takes place, while on Sunday individuals go to church. On Monday family members count the money that was invested and donated. 

The Coffin producers in Ghana are currently making coffins based on profession and work to suit the deceased.


Below are some of the pictures of coffins made in Ghana based on profession, work and status

Content created and supplied by: Atene.gh (via Opera News )

COMMENTS

Load app to read more comments