Renowned Ghanaian Bishop and actor, Bernard Nyarko, passed on May 2, 2020. It is reported that Funeral Dancers will be the perfect pallbearers to lift the body for burial to pay last rest to the legend.
You may have seen them on the Internet: six men in black suits, sunglasses and patent leather shoes grooving to a techno beat while carrying a coffin.
They are Ghana’s dancing pallbearers, a crew of funeral performers who have long sought to make mourners grin through grief. But as the coronavirus pandemic rages, they’ve become the accidental faces of a stay-at-home movement — comedic grim reapers edited into footage of risky behavior as a warning.
In a discussion with a close relative yesterday, an insider claims the family of Later Bernard Nyarko is in the process of negotiating with Ghana’s dancing pallbearers to come and put their love to rest.
It is not very much assured but we are made to believe that, the family appreciates the services of the funeral dancers.
Earlier, we also heard Bishop Bernard Nyarko’s elder brother, Isaac Darko has taken on the actor and comedian Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin describing him as a hypocrite over his strange conduct following his brother’s demise.
Several people have been sharing footage of movie scenes showing the countless films Bernard Nyarko was featured in. Some of the roles he played are;
Acting as a headmaster who was being completely disrespected by a subordinate teacher. Bernard Nyarko, vividly playing the role of a man whose wife sacked his mother from visiting their matrimonial home. The deceased actor passionately playing the role of a town leader engaged in a dispute.