Ghanaians In UK Hold Funeral For Queen Elizabeths’s Husband, Ghanaians Home Blast Them

Following the release of videos and images from their funeral ceremony for Prince Philip in the United Kingdom, Ghanaians in the United Kingdom have ignited debate on social media sites in Ghana.

In the videos sighted online, Ghanaians dressed in traditional mourning garb drummed and sang as they paid their respects to the Duke of Edinburgh.

According to a statement from the Royal Family, the Duke died on April 9th in the morning.

Prince Philip dedicated his life to the Crown and the United Kingdom for 73 years.

Due to COVID-19, he was laid to rest after an official burial service held at Windsor Castle with 30 members of the Royal Family in attendance.

The Ghanaian community also took the opportunity to pay their respects to the Duke in a ceremony in North London that they organized themselves.

 

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