What a painful exit? Residents in Mankessim, colleagues students, teachers and lovers of Clara Ayipey were thrown into shock as the sudden death of her breaks the news. In the Akan tradition, going to funeral is one of the means people show their last respect to a dead person in the society. Funeral as defined by some scholars is the rite perform to user a person transition from the physical word into the spiritual world.
As the announcement broke the ears of the people on 21st September, 2021 that yesterday 24th September, 2021 is the final day for paying respect to the late Clara Ayipey, the WASSCE Candidate Who died on the 15th September, 2021, Mourners, lovers and sympathizers across the region gathered early yesterday to express their condolences in the form of paying their last respect to the late Clara Ayipey as she journey into the spiritual world today.
Arrangements from the scene (funeral grounds) proved that she was a student of virtue and more also a WASSCE candidate who was writing examination. All sort of persons who were gathered at the scene became down in the dumps or depressed seeing the 18year-old final year student in that condition. See picture below as sighted on the internet, Facebook today.
Frankly speaking, we all have a journey to go and we owe death 'ampa ara'. Clara Ayipey your name will never be forgotten. Below are some pictures from the funeral ground;
The below picture is when she was about to be sent to the cemetery. May your soul rest in peace Clara Ayipey.
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