Ghanaian who died first of Coronavirus laid to rest.
They were seen in their protective clothes (coat, gloves and masks) in a rite literally performed by fewer people in his hometown.
It is reported that Tarek Minkara, a 61-year-old Lebanese resident in Kumasi who died of coronavirus shortly after returning to the city, was buried there.
According to sources, this is consistent with the faith and tradition of the 61-year-old as a Muslim who demands the dead to be buried shortly after their passage.
The deceased Tarek Minkara was transported with an ambulance to the graveside in a video sighted as the people in charge carefully put on protective wears to keep themselves completely protected.
This is because of COVID-19’s extremely epidemic existence which was responsible for his death.
The 61-year-old Tarek Minkara is said to have been a spare parts dealer and a popular figure in Kumasi where he resided sadly took him away before he died.
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