The Asantehemaa funeral is well underway, and has seen a massive display of rich cultures from all over Ghana, as well as visits from neighboring countries.
Aside international dignitaries, many national stakeholders and prominent persons from various industries were present at the funeral grounds in Kumasi.
From Kumawood stars, to local musicians, it was an array of celebrities and persons of interest in the nation, that all gathered to pay their last respects to the Asantehemaa.
Among them was the multiple award-winning gospel musician The Evangelist Diana Asamoah, who was very ecstatic to meet with former president J. J Rawlings.
She posted a photo of herself with a beaming smile shaking the hand of the former president.
The Asantehemaa will be buried on Thursday night at the Breman Royal Mausoleum (Ban mu) after a brief stopover at the Bantama Royal Mausoleum (Ban mu) where some traditional rites will be performed.