- An obituary flex made for a 79-year-old Ghanaian who died has left many in awe
- The banner made during the burial arrangement read ‘grolious’ instead of ‘glorious’
- The flex was said to have been made by the Kumasi people in Ghana
- The grievous mistake made many wonder if the family members of the deceased want their beloved to rest in peace
The obituary flex made for the burial of a 79-year-old Ghanaian man has left many people wondering if the family care deeply about him and want him to find peace in death.
As with most burial arrangements, the family of the deceased do all they can to make the final ceremony organized in honor of the departed as befitting as possible. However, in the case of this Ghanaian man, people are not sure what the true intentions of the family members are.
The burial flex posted on a wall carried the picture of the deceased with the inscription ‘grolious transition’. One would expect that a terrible mistake like that should not be made because the texts are conspicuous.
It does appear that the Kumasi people in Ghana made it as with the tweet attached to the picture of the banner.
See the tweet below:
Will this dead man ever find peace since his family members want him to go through ‘grolious’ transition instead of ‘glorious’ exit?
Meanwhile, the NAIJ.com video below contains information about the petition filed by the family of a petty trader who was killed by a stray bullet: