- Sad scenes have popped up from the hometown of late NPP stalwart, Sir John
- One of such moments was when the son of the politician was seen shedding tears over his dad's death
- Sir John is set to be buried on Thursday, June 3, 2021, following his death almost a year ago
More sad scenes from the final funeral rites of late New Patriotic Party stalwart, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, famed as Sir John, have landed on social media.
One of such sad moments that have broken hearts online was when the son of the late politician was seen crying as he prepared to bury his dad.
Sir John's son was seen wearing a branded t-shirt with his dad's picture in it as he watched his mortal remains being conveyed from the hearse.
The solemn moment struck a chord with the politician's son as he broke down in tears all of a sudden and had to be consoled by a security personnel.
The young man was seen standing with his arms folded as he watched on while some people brought out his dad's coffin from the hearse.
The family home of the Sakrawo-noo indigene was flooded with people from the town who had come to mourn their prominent son.
Another portion of the video showing how the mortal remains of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) stalwart and former CEO of Forestry Commission was received by his family has dropped.
In the video sighted on Instagram by YEN.com.gh, the mortal remains of Sir John was handed over to his family in his hometown amid tears.
A huge crowd had gathered in front of the home of the late politician as they mourned him.
The whole town appeared to have come to a standstill as they mourned a proud son of the land.
The NPP stalwart is set to be buried on Thursday, June 3, 2021, in his hometown, Sakrawo-noo.
Prior to the funeral service, a photo of the NPP bigwig's final resting place has popped up on social media.
The photo showed a painted, walled, and gated edifice looking like a 2-bedroom house with a huge picture of Sir John mounted on it.
Reports reaching YEN.com.gh from Adom FM indicated that the edifice was going to be Sir John's tombstone and final resting place.
Sir John was born in 1957 but died on July 1, 2020.
Meanwhile, a staunch Ghanaian Manchester City fan has been dealt a bitter pill to swallow after losing a bet against his friends who support Champions League winners, Chelsea.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Man City fan was seen being assisted with tools to help him scrub a public toilet in his neighbourhood.
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