“When are you coming back?” – Late Nana Turkson’s daughters ask as they read tribute

The funeral service for the late entertainment pundit Bertrand Nana Turkson came last Friday at the St. Luke Anglican Church in Kwashieman in Accra.

Though the atmosphere at the St. Luke Anglican Church was gloomy, it turned extremely sorrowful as congregants could no longer control their tears when Amanda Turkson the daughter of the late Nana Turkson read her heartfelt tribute whiles the lifeless body of her father lied in a coffin.

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Amanda Turkson mumbled these words as she read a tribute on behalf of her two younger siblings and herself during the burial service for her late father, Nana Turkson.

“Baby Joe says you are in Heaven but she is always asking when you will come back because you’ve kept too long.”

“Papa we miss you. Papa we love you so much. Rest in peace Papa. Till we meet in Heaven and hug you tight,” she concluded amidst tears from mourners.

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Watch video of her tribute below:

The late Nana Turkson late behind three daughters Amanda Turskon (who turns seven in December), Josephine Turkson, 4, and Bertranda Turskon, 2.

Tributes were also read by his wife, Elizabeth Turkson, his parents, The Multimedia Group Limited, friends and personalities within the showbiz industry.

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A thanksgiving service will be held today Sunday, September 2 at the same venue.

See some pictures from the funeral service

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