- The infamous kitchen stool headteacher has been buried at Awoshie in Accra
- The 44-year-old Robert Quaye Nortey Seppeh's burial ceremony saw many youths remembering him with stools and provocative dance
- The late headmaster left behind his wife, Mrs. Felicity Tawiah, and 5 lovely children
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Robert Quaye Nortey Seppeh, the headteacher who was involved in an infamous kitchen stool saga with one of his female students has been laid to rest.
The burial ceremony for the late schoolmaster was held over the weekend of January 29-31, 2021, with wake-keeping that started on January 29 at Awoshie in Accra.
According to a report with a video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on peacefmonline.com, the burial service was marked with many young people imitating the infamous act of the late headteacher.
Some were seen with kitchen stools on their head whilst others created a dancing version of the position that the headteacher took with his female student before his story went viral.
As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the late headteacher died at age 44, on December 7, 2020, Ghana’s election day and therefore, did not get much attention online when it happened.
Seppeh left behind his wife, Mrs. Felicity Tawiah, and five children - Baaba Seppeh, Abigail Seppeh, Prince Otu Seppeh, Joseph Otubi Seppeh, and Nhyira Seppeh.
In another report, 37-year-old Ghanaian CEO called Samuel Mensah who was based in the United Kingdom has died of the novel coronavirus after a scheduled interview on the virus.
According to Good Evening Ghana's verified Facebook handle who confirmed the news of Samuel's passing, the deceased was billed to be interviewed on Metro TV’s on Thursday, January 28, 2021, at 9 pm.
Sadly, Paul Adom-Otchere later announced that Sam himself has passed on as a result of the coronavirus which he contracted earlier.
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