Ghana is a country where do not joke about funerals. Funeral is the final rite done to pay respect and homage to the person who is gone so it is not something Ghanaians joke about.
There is this trend that has been going on for a while now and that is during a funeral a dead body is laid in state according to his or her profession. So if you are a banker, you would be dressed like a banker in a bank during the funeral. If you are a teacher, you will be dressed just like you are in the class teaching.
On 3rd August, 2021, it was reported by various news portals that Godfred Yeboah popularly known as TV3 is dead. Today, he has finally been laid to rest and pictures on how his body was laid in state causes stir online.
See see pictures of how he was laid in state;
As these pictures circulated on social media, there have been a lot of reaction from a lot of people. According to many people whented they wished him a "rest in peace" whilst others complained that the body should been lied on bed and not made to stand.
What do you think about this news? Do you think it is about time, we make dead bodies rest on bed instead of making it look like it is already alive? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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