The show which avails a platform for bereaved relatives to pronounce the anniversary or funeral announcement of their fallen relations themselves, as well as advertise the services of funeral parlors and event decorators has attracted mention and relations of Rebecca Ocquaye, Hon Glady’s Asmah, Bishop Annor Yeboah, Professor Asenso Okyere, Akwasi Ampofo Agyei and late Asante Djamase chief, Nana Gyimah Kesse also known as Charles Allen Gyimah,
Nadia and Nana Wusua, daughters of Allen Gyimah and sisters to Goerge Geo Gyimah and Gerald Ogee Gyimah of Phamous films explained their 72 year old father died suddenly on 21st June 20014 much to the surprise of all.
An emotional Nana Wusua gave out arrangements for the funeral and burial, stating the late Djamase Chief and pioneer in the movie and video industry will be laid in state on the 2nd and 3rd of October 2014 and buried on Saturday 4th October with thanks giving service held on Sunday 5th October at Asante Djamase.
Nana wusua Gyimah who manages weave company, Hair Centre at East Legon expressed delight and appreciation at Capital TV’s effort in giving voice to grieving families.
Meanwhile son of Akwasi Ampofo Agyei outlined plans to mark the 10th anniversary of the late music star.