This year will undoubtedly be full with surprises beyond our wildest dreams. According to Adeisu Kofikrom, a dead body that was buried was subsequently ordered to be dug out by the Chief of Adeisu because the dead corpse was not a native of the town. According to Mensah Ofori, a family member and eye witness to the death, his brother was not a Ghanaian, but was born in Ghana at Adeisu.
"My brother was born in Togo, but his parents resided in Ghana and gave birth to him in the Adeisu village."
He further stated that three hours after burying their dear brother, they returned home only to discover that the casket had been dug up again.
They couldn't bury the dead in the town, so they had to come up with another plan.
They traveled to the next village and begged with the chief, who permitted them to bury the deceased body on his land, according to Agya Mensah, the brother. Kofi Adoma Nwanwanii questioned Mensah Ofori about the chief's strange behavior. He responded that the chief might have demanded payment before allowing them to bury their relative.
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