Ghanaians In UK Organize Funeral For The Duke Of Edinburgh, Prince Philip (Video)

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Ghanaians in the United Kingdom have sparked controversy on social media platforms in Ghana after videos and photos emerge of their funeral ceremony organized for Prince Philip.

In the videos obtained by, the Ghanaians who were cladded in traditional mourning clothes drummed and sang as they pay their last respect to the Duke of Edinburgh.

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The Duke died in the morning of April 9 according to an official communique from the Royal Family.

Prince Philip spent 73 years of his life serving the Crown and the United Kingdom.

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He was laid to rest after the official burial service which held at the Windsor Castle with 30 members of the Royal Family in attendance due to COVID-19.

The Ghanaian Community also took their time to pay their last respect to the Duke in a ceremony organised by themselves in North London.

Watch the video below:

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