The Bitter Pill And Joy Of Funeral Celebrations!


Of late, the joy in funeral celebration has exceedingly overtaken its bitterness.

Today, people only feel the pain and agony of the passing when been laid in state. Tears flow as sympathizers file past the body.

Shortly after burial, life becomes normal, we see people openly eating, drinking dancing and more.

The celebration here at Kwasibuokrom involved Nana Agnes Akua Fokuo 95 and young hard-working Emmanuel Kwabena Gyan who epitomized himself to a higher class of difference but he only bid farewell to his loved ones at age 45.

Kwabena Gyan had made his master’s in local government administration and organization. Death denied him to enjoy his hard labor and leaving the bereaved family in total disgusting.

On such sad occasions, hardly will the chief of Kwasibuokrom Nana Ampaabeng Kyereme absent himself.

Similarly, the majority of people’s uncle, Ofa Kwame Fredua also spent three good days to mourn and sympathize with the bereaved families at KBK.
Ofa Freda is one of the Facebook anchors.

During funeral celebrations, the songs that people often request at times have a deeper meaning than many think.

The popular songs mostly requested when a juvenile passes is ‘S3 ASA’ their hand’s demonstration in the air when dancing tell stories but how do you judge?

The funeral celebration of Nana Afia Fokuo who turned 95 was the one Nkyeremu news calls the bitter pill and joy funeral celebration.


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