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Ghanaians and Nigerians in the UK attend Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in their own style.



Ghanaians and Nigerians in the UK attend Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in their own style.

On Monday, September 19, the United Kingdom held its longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, final burial services, and some Africans observed the occasion in “great style.”

Queen Elizabeth’s coffin reached at her ultimate resting place after a long journey from Balmoral Castle to Edinburgh, Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall and Westminster Abbey, and finally to St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

Following the Queen’s funeral earlier in the day, international leaders attended the state funeral, and tens of thousands of people lined the streets to pay their final respects to her.

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At this time, a few members of the Ghanaian community in the UK made the decision to organize their own burial for the Queen.

People wearing red and black Ghanaian clothing could be seen filling the streets of Conel in Tottenham, North London, in viral footage that were posted online.

They were standing in front of a building that was lined with seats that were likewise clad in black and was ornamented with red clothing, which is sometimes seen during funerals in Ghana.

A live band played at the venue, particularly songs with Highlife influences that are frequently heard during Ghanaian funerals.

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A 21-Year-Old Soldier Man Dies At Ashiaman.



A soldier belonging to the 3rd Battalion Infantry in Sunyani has been murdered in Tafia, a suburb of Ashaiman, in the Greater Accra region, on Friday, 3rd March 2023.

Imoro Sheriff, a 21-year-old boy was allegedly killed by a gang after he visited his girlfriend in the area.

Imoro, whose position could not be immediately verified, was attacked with knives and other weapons, immediately after leaving the girl­friend’s home.

It was said that Imoro usually visits his girlfriend anytime he goes to Ashaiman where he was born and raised.

When the Ghanaian Times visited the family home of Imoro, at Zongolika, a suburb of Ashaiman, on Monday, mourners were in a state of shock. The father of the deceased, Asa­nubu Imoro, confirmed the death of his son, saying he heard it via social media.

Asanubu Imoro said the son, who was based in Sunyani, Bono Region, informed him that he was attending a military programme in Accra and will visit family mem­bers on Friday.

“We were expecting him. When we called his number late into the night, there was no response. Somebody showed me a video and asked, do you know this man, that was when I identified my son.”

According to Asanubu Imoro, the military and other security agencies have been in close contact with the family as the investigation into the killing was ongoing.

When the Ghanaian Times con­tacted the Ashaiman Divisional Police Command concerning the incident, the authorities declined to speak on the matter, but indi­cated that 13 suspects had been arrested so far.
Source: Ghanaian Times.

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Aya Ramzy B Is About To Drop A Video For His Latest Track




Bismark Amoako affectionately called Aya Ramzy B is a Ghanaian – Takoradi-based artist and he is the reigning artist of the year in the Western Region.

The “Jawuley” hitmaker is about to premiere the video for his current single track, titled “BACKFIRE” which features Ghana’s Best Musicians (Keche Global). The event will be held on Friday, March 3, 2023, at NK City inside Fijai – Takoradi. The rate is free.

Aya Ramzy B is pleading with the media, industry stakeholders, and the general public to come and support him, he is currently on a radio tour in the Western & Western North Regions.


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