The family of the late Neat FM presenter, Kwadwo Wiafe, is set to lay his remains to rest today, Saturday, July 4, 2020.
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The final funeral rites of the popular wedding master of ceremonies (MC) is currently underway at Tabora, around Lapaz in the Greater Accra Region.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, the late Kwadwo Wiafe died on June 4, 2020, at the Nyaho Medical Center after battling a short illness.
Family and friends as well as Neat FM colleagues of the late Kwadwo Wiafe were utterly devastated after they received the shocking news of his sudden demise.
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In a video that has emerged online, the late Kwadwo Wiafe's family, has been filmed undertaking the final traditional rites to lay their beloved son to rest.
The mood at the ongoing funeral grounds is generally sombre. However, the morning rains is threatening to disrupt the ceremony.
The late Kwadwo Wiafe's mother was filmed in one of the videos attired in all-black with a red cloth wrapped around her.
The visibly devastated mother of the ''favourite mc's mc'' sat quietly as she mourned her son.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the management and staff of the Despite Media’s UTV visited the family of their late colleague after he passed away.
The delegation from UTV was led by Despite Media Group's MD, Fadda Dickson, and the group's General Manager, Kennedy Osei.
Some of the staff spotted among the delegation were Nana Ama McBrown, Abeiku Santana, Adwoa Yeboah Agyei, Roger Quartey, and Maame Yaa Konamah.
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Until recently, the prominent dancehall genius had been private with his Canada-based children.
The Linda hit maker was in Canada to hold a concert in the city of Calgary in Canada and decided to stop by his family residence in the North American country to bond with his family. However, his plan for a quick visit turned into a three-month vacation following the imposition of a lockdown.
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