Ghana pallbearers who went viral over the early periods of Coronavirus lockdown have resumed their normal work after Government lifted restrictions on funerals.
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana, one group that came into the limelight in these difficult times is the Prampram pallbearers.
Also known as the Nana Otafrigya Pallbearers, the group recorded a video of themselves, thanking all health workers across the globe for their hard work.
In the video , the leader of the group said: “Hello everyone, we Nana Otafrigya pallbearers want to thank the doctors in the world. You are working hard to taking care of everyone.”
Their video thanking health workers and warning people to stay at home or dance with them is in the right direction as it might amuse and scare people at the same time.
Well, a few months after they went off, they have finally bounced back to do what they like doing best after His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa lifted the restrictions on funeral gatherings.
In a video that has hit social media, the pallbearers could be seen dancing
to Master KG hit song Jerusalema
with the corpse of their client as they dressed in a white outfit.
Watch the video below:
Ghana pallbearers resume work with @MasterKGsa #Jerusalema after Government lifts restrictions on funerals..#AtinkaNews #SouthAfrica #Ghana https://t.co/LVvdLmyOMx #Jerusalema pic.twitter.com/SMXgaRjer7
— Kabutey Mensah (@KabuteyMensah) September 3, 2020
Meanwhile, South African musician Kgaogelo Moagi,known professionally as Master KG’s song Jerusalema breaks yet another international record.
Master KG has dominated the local headlines over the past couple of months, and it has only been for the right reasons.
Since the release of his hit single “Jerusalema” the talented DJ has gone from strength to strength to achieve what many Mzansi musicians could only dream of.
His accomplishments have surpassed expectations in South Africa, Africa and abroad, despite musicians around the world being held back by COVID-19, Master KG managed to rise above all of that.
His latest achievement, which he shared on his Twitter account is nothing short of amazing. A song reaching platinum status in Mzansi might not be the easiest thing but when it reaches platinum status in another country, let alone Europe, it is definitely a big deal.
The Tweet, when translated from Italian reads;
“Everyone dances Jerusalema 9 million posts on Instagram 100 million views on YouTube 130 million contents on TikTok are just some of the numbers of the success of the summer hit which today wins the Platinum certification #Fimiaward”
Tutti ballano Jerusalema 💃🕺 9 milioni di post su Instagram 100 milioni di view su YouTube
130 milioni di contenuti su TikTok sono solo alcuni dei numeri del successo del tormentone dell'estate ☀️ che conquista oggi la certificazione Platino💿 #Fimiaward@MasterKGsa @FIMI_IT pic.twitter.com/TxBW22iBT4
— Warner Music Italy (@WARNERMUSICIT) August 31, 2020