- Benjamin Aidoo, the leader of the popular 'funeral memes' has spoken about the group, giving some eye-popping details
- Unknown to many people on social media, the group is actually real in Ghana and performs at funerals
- Benjamin Aidoo narrates how they operate, their motivation and how he employed 100 Ghanaians to join him
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The leader of the Ghanaian group of pallbearers who have become a worldwide sensation on social media in many funeral memes has spoken about the group's motivation.
Benjamin Aidoo was interviewed by the BBC in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh in which it was revealed that the group has about 100 employees who work under Benjamin.
According to Benjamin, the group gets clients from different locations requesting for their performance at the funerals of their beloved relatives.
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The pallbearers' leader also mentioned that the group is made up of about 100 employees who are trained to add drama and colour to clients' funerals according to their specifications.
He added that there are some people who prefer their procession to be solemn whilst other clients also want it filled with vigorous eye-popping moves and skills.
One client who patronized the pallbearers revealed why she decided to hire them. According to her, she knows the group for dancing whilst carrying the caskets, and she wanted them to dance and escort her dead mother to the Maker.
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YEN.com.gh also reported that an old visually impaired woman called Yaya Kwanjit at Saanbona in the North East Region of Ghana with the wish to lie on a mattress before she dies now rejoices as her wishes have come true.
JoyNews made the presentation of five mattresses and many other gifts in cash and kind as several people had come out to donate massively after the old woman's story was aired.
Yaya Kwanjit, was so overwhelmed when the items reached her, she wouldn’t stop blessing those who sent her the gifts.
According to Yaya Kwanjit, she is currently convinced with the love shown her that even a stone can germinate.
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