A video has surfaced on social media in which a deceased is being buried in a pєŋis-shaped coffin.
You may sometimes hear some people joke with death and how sweet life after earth’s sojourn could be, especially judged by the process of internment.
The thought of death could actually send cold shivers down the spine of most people, but it is a must-happen.
However, despite how fearful the thought is, coffin makers are latching on new methods to attract mourners who are prepared to bury their deads.
In Ghana, for example, these coffin makers smile to the banks on a daily basis as they constantly idealise new designs.
A nurse was once buried with a coffin designed exactly like a syringe while some time ago, photographs of a well-designed casket in the shape of a beer bottle trended on the internet.
In a video that has gone viral on social media, scores of people are seen paying their last respects to the deceased.
We cannot independently confirm if it truly happened in Ghana , but the pɛŋis-shaped coffin certainly got people talking.
The video was shared by NPP stalwart Gabby Otchere-Darko, who wrote: “I am told this was the final funeral rites with the casket of an amazing woman who died leaving behind 10 children from 10 different men here in Ghana. May she rest in p…”