Taking the world by storm, Nana Tafregya Pallbearers in recent times have earned headlines on various news platforms including BBC.
Exercising adroit skills in what they do, these pallbearers are lifting the mood at funerals in Ghana with flamboyant coffin-carrying dance forms, causing families to increasingly pay for their services in sending their loved ones off in grand style.
The founder and leader of this group, Benjamin in a phone interview with Giovani Caleb on the 3FM Drive Thursday hinted that their charges will shoot up after the coronavirus pandemic.
The group’s rate card varies from all black to all white, therefore differentiated by the choice of attire to be worn for the occasion.
Benjamin, in the interview, indicated that business is booming even in these trying times as they receive bookings every week.
The group, consisting of 100 members, with 5 per cent of them being ladies, has its managerial headquarters in Kenya and has partnerships with various mortuaries, transition homes and other funeral stakeholders across Africa.
With the team currently charging a whopping sum of $3,000 for an all-white service, which includes travel and accommodation expenditure within Ghana and Africa, Benjamin revealed he has received numerous calls from various