The dancing coffin bearers group that has gone viral during the coronavirus pandemic have revealed they would increase their charges after the the pandemic dies down.
The dancing coffin bearers are one of the most popular meme on the internet right now as they have become a means of comic relief for people all over the world in these difficult COVID times, making this Ghanaian dancing pallbearer group very, very popular.
The group knowwn as the ‘Nana Otafrija Pall-Bearing services’ and are led by one Benjamin Aidoo have now granted their first interview since their recent explosion into global fame, speaking with Giovani Caleb on 3Fm.
In their interview, the group revealed that they have started receiving calls from all over the world due to the explosion of fame they received in recent times.
Aidoo said after the pandemic is over, they are definitely going to increase their prices to match up with the new level of demand brought on by their fame.
“The popularity we have received is booming our business now. We would increase our prices after the coronavirus. For now, we have a manager in Kenya and we have a lawyer too in Kenya,” Aidoo said.
He also spoke about their charges, revealing that “the lowest in it is the black and white and the highest is the all-white.
“For outside Ghana the highest we charge is $3000 excluding transportation, food and accommodation,” he added.