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Funeral of Ghanaian Musician, Kofi Dua Anto (KODA) rescheduled to September 20

The funeral plans for the celebrated Ghanaian artist Kofi Dua Anto, known widely by his stage name KODA, have been rescheduled.

Initially set for July 5, 2024, the date has now been moved to September 20, 2024, as announced by the KODA family in a recent Facebook post.

“We would want to let everyone know that the date of the celebration of life for our beloved brother Kofi Dua Anto has been rescheduled from July 5, 2024, to September 20, 2024,” the family stated.

The revised funeral service will be held at the Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) Dominion Centre on Spintex Road in Accra. Following the service, a private burial ceremony will take place.

KODA, a prominent figure in the Ghanaian music scene, passed away unexpectedly on April 21, 2024, at the age of 45, following a brief illness.

He is survived by his wife and three children.

KODA was renowned for his contributions to Ghanaian music, both as a singer and a producer. His notable songs, such as “Nsempii,” “Nkwa Abodoo,” “Yapai,” and “Adorso,” have left a lasting legacy in the industry.

His passing has been a significant loss to the music community and his fans.

The family’s announcement has been met with an outpouring of support and condolences from fans and fellow musicians alike, who remember KODA not only for his musical talents but also for his influence and mentorship within the industry.

The rescheduled funeral service is expected to draw a large gathering of mourners, reflecting the widespread impact KODA had during his career.

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith



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