Psalm-Adjeteyfio: Children of Late Actor Give Emotional Tribute at His Burial; Video Pops Up
- The children of the late actor Ephraim Psalm-Adjeteyfio gave a touching tribute at his burial service at Trade Fair
- The children recounted the moment they found their father almost lifeless in bed before he passed on April 8, 2022
- The late actor Psalm-Adjeteyfio was laid to rest after an emotional burial service on Saturday, June 4
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The children of the late actor Ephraim Psalm-Adjeteyfio delivered a touching tribute at his burial service at Trade Fair on Saturday, June 4.
In the tears-arousing tribute, the children said nobody can fill the vacuum their father's demise has created.
"We, your children, thank God for giving us a father like no other,'' they said.
The late actor's children recalled the moment they found their father almost lifeless in bed before he passed on April 8, 2022.
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''We were in shock and disbelief when we found you lying lifeless, almost, in bed ...''
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that several personalities in the entertainment industry, including the veteran actor Pattington Papa Nii Papafio and George Quaye, were present at the burial service to mourn with the family of the late actor.
Before his demise, Psalm-Adjetefio had starred in movies like Papa Lasisi, The Chosen One, American Boy, and The Scent of Danger.
The late actor will be best remembered for his role in the popular television drama series, Taxi Driver.
Vicky Zugah Buries Mom
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, YEN.com.gh previously reported that 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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