It is very sad this morning 9th October 2021 in the Oti Region as one of the renowned teachers who teaches English Language at Saint Francis College of Education is set to be buried. Friends, students and teachers in the Oti Region storms the the funeral ground in their numbers.
One of the major concerns at the funeral, is the decorated casket used to bury Mr Manfred Mawuduko who turn 55 years before passing away. Mr Mawudoku settled in Hohoe Municipality when he got the chance to teach in Saint Francis College of Education. He taught in Saint Francis College of Education for almost 10 years. Currently, one of the daughters of Mr Manfred Mawudoku is a level 100 student in Saint Francis College of Education.
The funeral took place in Lolobi Kumasi in the Oti Region of Ghana. Tomorrow Sunday 10th October 2021 will be the thanks giving service at Saint Micheal Catholic Church in Lolobi Kumasi. The Coffin used to bury Mr Mawudoku was shaped in the form of a pen. This is to suggest that, he is one if the learned in the field of English Language.
It sad when young boys carry the Casket into the grave.
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