To what one thought was a joke is gradually becoming a reality. Dogs are pets kept in the homes by humans mainly for security purposes.
Some people who eat the meat of a dog have described it as a delicious delicacy. Many people also keep dogs in their homes for many years and they develop a certain love for them.
The death of a dog can be very painful especially to the owner. They are mostly buried and that ends the issue.
A dog is dead and a one-week funeral celebration is being held in its remembrance.
A funeral poster announcing the one-week observation of the late dog has been spotted. The name of the late dog has been given as Jamaica.
The venue for the funeral has also been provided as 'Shun Dem Pub' in New Amanful on May 11, 2021, at 6 pm.
It is unknown how the funeral will be organized but the poster suggests a few people will sit down and mourn the dog.
The poster has since sparked a lot of controversies in the area with many wondering why the owner could plan a funeral for it.
A picture of the dog (Jamaica), has been placed on the poster. The white and brown cute dog was loved by many.
According to residents in the area, Jamaica was a lovely dog that gained the love of all. They say that the dog was being trained to provide security in the area where thieves have been tormenting them.
All the plans according to residents have been made for the one-week funeral celebration of Jamaica to be held.
It is expected that a date for the final funeral rite of the dog will be announced at the one-week celebration.
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