Nana Tafregya Pallbearers, who have for some years taken the world by storm, made a grand appearance on TV3 and as part of the effort made by all Ghanaians to curb coronavirus have added theirs by educating Ghanaians in a latest choreography performance.
From their neatly dressed matching black suits to their well-choreographed dance routines, the group’s appearance was simply a delight to watch.
For many who may not know, Nana Tafregya Pallbearers, formed some 18 years ago consists of 100 members, with 5 percent of them being ladies. They have their managerial headquarters and legal teams in Kenya.
During their interactions with Giovani Caleb, Benjamin, founder and leader of the group, revealed that Nana Tafregya Pallbearers was birthed to bring life to funerals.
They are known for displaying nimble skills through flamboyant coffin-carrying dance forms. They are the life of the funeral.
Being the toast of funerals locally and internationally and charging sometimes in excess of $3,000Benjamin depending on their outfit, Benjamin hinted that the group will increase their charges after the Coronavirus pandemic.