The Ghanaian community in Britain is getting ready to perform a funeral service for the late queen in accordance with Ghanaian customs as the British government and monarchy conduct the last funeral rites of the deceased, who was the first Head of State of Ghana.
The ceremony’s venue was decorated with Ghanaian flags and red and black fabrics, according to a video posted by GhanaWeb.
Additionally, there were royal umbrellas, drums, and other artifacts that were typical of Akan festivities.
The lady who recorded the video indicated that the venue of the burial was Conel, Victoria Line, a community in London, the capital town of England.
She invited all Ghanaians in the UK to join them to celebrate the late queen.
“We are inviting all Ghanaians to Conel as we celebrate our queen mother, Elizabeth and also mourn with the family and wish them all the best,” she said.