These Pictures Show That Nigerians And Ghanaians Like To Be Buried In Style!

January 21, 2016
How do you want to sojourn to meet your maker? In a regular coffin at a solemn ceremony or in a fantasy coffin made to suit your after-life taste? Here are 7 times Nigerians and Ghanaians were buried in style.

1. An Akwa Ibom man was buried in this shoe coffin.

Just because, he was a renowned artiste.

2. This big fat syringe casket for a Ghanaian nurse.

To administer injections for the sick in heaven.

3. A nice vintage Benz coffin.

Because, all others are too mainstream.

4. Or this Anambra man that buried his mother in an actual Hummer Jeep.

Some sharp guys may quickly “borrow” the car from her though.

5. This Coke bottle one.

Coca Cola lovers, you’re welcome.

6. The Holy Bible.

In case some souls need to be won. There are coffins for everybody jare!

7. This G-wagon coffin in Anambra.

Luxury is key, people!

8. Also from Ghana is this Bic biro coffin.

So you won’t have to borrow someone’s biro to mark the register in heaven.

9. This one shaped in a basket of Fresh tomatoes.

Take your own food to the next beyond!

10. The one for picture lovers.

Selfie with Angel Gabriel or nah?

11. This one for the music lovers.

The owner of this coffin must been a piano player.

12. A simple hand trowel.

The owner must be into construction.

13. This video camera and beer bottle.

For the lovers of Netflix and chill. :/

14. This unique rat-shaped coffin.

For the rat catchers?

15. An eagle coffin for the strong and mighty.

The eagle has landed.

16. This was designed for a Ghanaian fisherman.

Fish peppersoup anyone?

There are obviously coffins for all kinds of people. Let us know what you think about these coffins.

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