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Since June we have not sold a single casket

Since June we have not sold a single casket

Since June we have not sold a single casket

Since June we have not sold a single casket
Since June we have not sold a single casket

Kumasi, Ashanti Region: Since June, we haven’t sold a single casket, but we hoping that from August through December things will be different. Most coffin sellers at Kumasi cry out due to low patronage of coffins.

 

While speaking with a reporter in the Ashanti Region, coffin dealers in Kumasi bemoaned their low sales.

Since June we have not sold a single casket

They claimed that because of the rainy season, the worst sales frequently happen in June and July, and this year has been no different—if anything, it has been worse.

 

 

 

Asokwa Yaw, the head of the merchants, vented his resentment to Osei Kwadwo of AMBASSADOR TV.

Since June we have not sold a single casket
Since June we have not sold a single casket

 

 

He is cited as having said;

He stated, “Much as we are not asking for people to die, I must also acknowledge that our livelihood is derived from the number of coffins we sell in a year. People do not buy coffins in June and July because of the rains and it impacts our daily sales.

 

 

Since June we have not sold a single casket

It is not true that people do not pass away during the rainy season, but because family members postpone their funerals due to the weather, it is challenging to generate strong sales during this time.

 

 

Since June we have not sold a single casket
Since June we have not sold a single casket

Sometimes when we visit, there are no sales in June or July, but the business picks up from August through December since that is when funerals begin.

 

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I was able to sell 20 coffins in this year 2022 from January through May, but due to the weather, I was unable to sell even one coffin in June. However, I am optimistic that things will improve from August through December.

 

Since June we have not sold a single casket

 

 

SMALL HISTORY OF COFFINS

The use of coffins dates back at least 100,000 years, when people first started burying their dead. The Celts and the ancient Egyptians were the first civilizations to use coffins or coffin-like structures. Mummified remains were put in sarcophagi and interred in pyramids in ancient Egypt. The Celts were making wooden and stone coffins as early as the year 700. Before caskets were used, it was common practice to shroud remains before interment.

Burial is thought of as a way to show respect for the deceased and to offer solace to the living while shielding them from potential disease transmission. Religious rituals are frequently reflected in the way that a society buries it’s dead, and it is thought that this has an impact on the afterlife of the dead. Strange information regarding old coffins and funeral customs can be found on this list.

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