- Actress Gloria Sarfo broke down in tears after she filed past the remains of her late mother lying-in-state at Saturday's burial
- The movie star, at some point, fell to her knees as she shed uncontrolled tears with intense pain at her mum's funeral ongoing at the Akyem Osiem Town Park
- Fans of the actress have reacted to the video capturing her emotional breaking point as many consoled her
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A video clip showing the moment actress Gloria Sarfo broke down in tears after she filed past the remains of her late mother lying-in-state has popped up.
The actress could not hold her emotion after seeing the body of her mum at the burial service underway at the Akyem Osiem Town Park in Abuakwa North Municipality in the Eastern Region.
Gloria Sarfo, at some point, fell to her knees as she could not stand on her feet. It took loved ones around her to console and return her to her feet.
Day of mum's died
Her mother Madam Ophelia Yeboah passed on February 11, at age 66, and the actress announced the sad news on Instagram but did not reveal the cause of her mother's death.
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Watch the moment Gloria Sarfo fell to her knees while shedding uncontrollable tears at her mum's burial.
Many fans of the actress have reacted to the video capturing her emotional breaking point as many consoled her.
Read some of the touching comments below:
''Sorry okay I know how it feels May she RIP.''
''I can't I swear we are living in a crazy world aden.''
''Why I'm tearing up. I'm eating my Jollof and saw this. Take heart aunty.I have not gotten over mine since December. You made me remember my daddy .''
Vicky Zugah Buries Mum
YEN.com.gh previously reported that actress and television presenter, Vicky Zugah, laid to rest her mother, Madam Beatrice Adzo Patu, on Saturday.
The Ghanaian movie personality lost her mother in January after she succumbed to a long battle with ill health.
''For five years, you fought. For five years, I waited for a miracle. For five years, you held on.
Constance Edjeani-Afenu: Ghana's First Female Brigadier-General Goes Home
Also, Ghana’s first female Brigadier-General, Constance Ama Emefa Edjeani-Afenu, has been laid to rest on Friday.
The trailblazer's final internment followed a pre-burial service at the Garrison Methodist/Presbyterian Church in Burma Camp, where a post humus promotion from Brigadier-General to Major-General was conferred on her.
The late Emefa Edjeani-Afenu was first in most things during her distinguished career spanning 42 years in the Ghana Armed Forces.
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