Kofi Boakye Yiadom, the family of the late high-life musician, popularly known as Kofi B, is scheduled to bury him on November 7.
After lying in state at the Agogo Presbyterian Park in the Ashanti Region, the late singer will be buried at Asante Akyem Agogo.
The family will then host a thanksgiving service that will be held after the burial at the Victorious Christian Chapel at the station of Agogo Lorry.
This new arrangement comes after the family of Kofi B had postponed the original burial date of April 25 because of restrictions on Covid-19.
After complaining of chest pains and unusual heartbeats, the ‘Mmobrowa’ singer passed away in February 2020.
Kofi B, who was expected to perform at a Cape Coast concert on Saturday, was rushed back to the hospital.
He was placed on oxygen and given a few injections, but, sadly, on Sunday, he lost his life.
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