Ghanaian Highlife artiste Kofi B, known in private life as Eric Boakye Yiadom, has been laid to rest today, Saturday, November 7, 2020.
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Kofi B was buried in his hometown of Agogo in the Ashanti region after a burial service as held at the Agogo Presbyterian Park.
The burial and funeral rites for Kofi B which come exactly nine months after he passed away saw many emotional moments.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported on the first scenes from the funeral which's videos popped up on social media.
Following our report, new videos and photos have surfaced online which show more sadness and gloom at the funeral of Kofi B.
Here are some musicians and other stars who were captured in photos and videos and sighted by YEN.com.gh.
1. Gospel singer SP Kofi Sarpong performing at the burial service:
2. Former MUSIGHA president, Obour, was at the final funeral rite:
3. Rapper Obrafour was also presnet at the burial ceremony:
4. Kumawood actor Dada Santo takes a selfie with some fans:
5. Kofi Nti poses with a lady at his friend's funeral:
6. Gospel singer Ernest Opoku Jnr performs at the funeral:
It will be recalled Kofi B suffered a heart attack prior to performing at a concert around the Cape Coast area on February 2, 2020.
He was pronounced dead on arrival after being rushed to the Central Regional Hospital.
Born on February 10, 1975, to the late Kwabena Krah of Agogo Etia Aduana family and Madam Grace Afia Akyaa Of Agogo, Kofi B was only eight days away from his 45th birthday when he passed away.
He had been battling health issues over the past year and it is still not known what triggered the heart attack that led to his unfortunate demise.
Kofi B's funeral should have been held earlier but had to be rescheduled because of restrictions on public gatherings follwoing the COVID-19 outbreak.
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