The popularity of Ghanaian pallbearers, popularly known as Dadu Awu keeps soaring. They revealed in a recent interview with Giovanni Caleb on 3FM that they now get calls from all parts of the world since the BBC featured them.
Their leader had said: “The popularity we have received is booming our business now. We would increase our prices after the coronavirus. For now, we have a manager in Kenya and we have a lawyer too in Kenya.
“The lowest in it is the black and white and the highest is the all-white, for outside Ghana the highest we charge is $3000 excluding transportation, food and accommodation.”
Perhaps to show why they deserve this newfound fame money, a new video of a group waiters in Taipei emulating their choreography and serving customers drinks in a makeshift coffin speaks volume.
Watch the video below:
Nightclub at Taipei, the capital of Taiwan where the workers dress as the Ghanaian pallbearers and deliver drinks to customers. pic.twitter.com/8F9RTXiNqB
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