All photos from Day one of Kofi Annan’s 3-day state funeral


The three-day state funeral and burial rites for former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan began in Accra, Tuesday, September 11, at the Accra International Conference Centre where hundreds of Ghanaians turned up and filed past his body to pay their last respect.

Mr. Annan who served two terms as the UN chief died Saturday August 18, 2018 in a hospital at Bern, Switzerland, after a short illness.

READ ALSO: Election 2019: Prophet Ayodele speaks on Atiku, Saraki’s ambition, discloses who will win poll


🔥CLICK HERE AND SIGNUP TO WIN BIG MONEY FROM BETWAY🔥


Day one of the funeral as narrated by our reporters was largely a success, except that many were somewhat disappointed that the casket was not opened for the viewing public to see the dead body.

There are also speculations in sections of the media the casket could be empty, but a journalist at Media General in a feature posted on 3news.com questions if someone really cares if the casket is really empty.

READ ALSO: Tears Flows As Kennedy Agyapong Cries And Hug His Crying Little Daughter At Her Mum’s Burial.

Dignitaries including recognised groups, chiefs, Members of Parliament and Ministers of State will have their turn to pay their last respect to the illustrious international diplomat on Wednesday.

A solemn burial service will be held on Thursday, September 13 at the Accra International Conference Centre.

Several Heads of State, UN officials and diplomatic delegations will join the family for the burial service.

READ MORE: Sleeping in a Coffin was not Easy for me, Emelia Brobbey Reveals her Sad Moments

Here are some pictures from day one of the funeral:

READ ALSO: Heartbreaking photos from veteran actor Super OD’s funeral

READ ALSO: Is Castro And Janet Bandu Body Found?

READ ALSO: Yoruba Queen Actress, Opeyemi Aiyeola Celebrates Birthday With Stunning Photos

Source: 3news.com | Ghana



🔥CLICK HERE AND SIGNUP TO WIN BIG MONEY FROM BETWAY🔥


 

SUBSCRIBE TO WATCH NEW VIDEOS EVERYDAY

Loading...

Share: