Rich traditional photos of Ghanaian culture at display at Rawlings’ funeral

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Former President Jerry John Rawlings was laid to his final rest at the Military cemetery at the Burma Camp in Accra today but that was after his state funeral at the Black Star square.

Dignitaries from several African countries, diplomats, political leaders, Security personnel and Ghanaians all gathered to pay their last respect to the man who has shaped and influenced the democracy of this land.

Rawlings’ funeral was made colourful and eyecatching with several displays from traditional persons dressed in rich kente, drumming, dancing and the exhibition of diverse Ghanaian culture and heritage.

Photos and videos of these traditional people displaying their skills all in homage to Rawlings made the ceremony not only solemn but also entertaining. brings you photos of some of the traditional and cultural displays from the funeral of former President Jerry John Rawlings.

Check Out Other Photos From The Laying-In-State Ceremony Of Rawlings

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