At first, Ghana’s Nana Otafrija  dancing pallbearers wanted to change the way people view funerals. Now, after footage of their “coffin dance” was recut to an EDM track, the pallbearers are at the centre of a a global internet sensation
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26 thoughts on “Ghana's dancing pallbearers inspire people around the world to stay home”

  1. They're saying this because they're probably exhausted from too much work. It seems the demand for their services has increased.

  2. I do not know why but these Dancing Pallbearers are amazing, they used their opportunity well, for humanity's sake. 🙂

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