- Otafrij Dancing Pallbearers, the Ghanaian group that became famous globally in the heat of the COVID-19 pandemic, has resumed work fully
- The group have been spotted at a couple of funerals displaying moves that had never been seen in their previous videos
- This follows President Nana Akufo-Addo's lifting of the ban on funerals
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Latest videos have shown the popular Ghanaian dancing pallbearers performing at funerals after President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo lifted a ban on funerals.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzzgh, the famous Ghanaian dancing pallbearers, now officially known as the Otafrij Dancing Pallbearers, were dressed in all-white apparels.
They portrayed moves that had never been seen in their previous videos that went viral mainly because of the COVID-19 pandemic that hit the world.
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See the first video below:
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This comes on the back of an earlier report that showed the performance of the pallbearers at the funeral of popular Despite Media journalist, Nana Agyei Sikapa.
Watch the video below:
The leader of the Ghanaian group of pallbearers, who became a worldwide sensation on social media in many funeral memes, spoke earlier 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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In other news, The Hagan Family, a Ghanaian family of five who are all great singers, has performed Awerekyekyere, one of the most renowned classics of all time in Ghana.
This time, the family was represented by only four out of the five, but that did not affect the quality of their ministration in any way.
With a keyboard as the only instrument, the Hagan Family from the Central Region of Ghana delivered a remix that Akwaboah, the composer of the song will unarguably be elated to watch.
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