The burial service was a star thudded ceremony with display of traditional culture and other important activities.
Photos of the tomb that is used to burry the education minister's mother, madam Yaa Nkrumah has caught social media attention with many users describing it as a city on its own.
The tomb has been well tiled and build like a mansion. Beautiful pillars have been erected and painted beautifully. The tomb can arguably be used as a tourist site.
"I thank the President, H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and the Vice President, H.E. Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia, high-level government officials, my colleague MPs, the leadership of the NPP and other political parties, Nananom, Religious leaders, the Education fraternity, the Media and all other well-wishers, for commiserating with me" he said in his address.
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