Coach Sir Cecil Jones Attuquayefio Finally Laid to Rest

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Jones Attuquayefio's casket is clad in Ghana colours

Jones Attuquayefio?s casket is clad in Ghana colours

Prominent personalities including former Ghana President Jerry John Rawlings attended the burial of legendary coach Sir Cecil Jones Attuquayefio on Friday.

The former Ghana international and coach was laid to rest on Friday two months after losing his protracted battle with cancer.

Scores of influential personalities from politics, sports, business, media and others thronged the Forecourt of the State House to bid their final farewell to the legendary coach before he was buried.

Below are pictures of the burial service of the departed Sir Ceceil Jones Attuquayefio:

Former Ghana President Jerry Rawlings was at the burial service

Former Ghana President Jerry Rawlings was at the burial service

The former President flanked by government functionaries seated at the burial service

The former President flanked by government functionaries seated at the burial service

Former boxing world champions Prof. Azumah Nelson was also present

Former boxing world champions Prof. Azumah Nelson was also present

Widow of Jones Attuquayefio flanked by family members

Widow of Jones Attuquayefio flanked by family members

Controversial radio presenter Fireman Songo

Controversial radio presenter Fireman Songo

New SWAG President Kwabena Yeboah exchanges greeting at the burial service

New SWAG President Kwabena Yeboah exchanges greeting at the burial service

Final prayers offered to the departed legendary coach before he is burried

Final prayers offered to the departed legendary coach before he is burried

Attuqueyfio's casket being ushered into the herse

Attuqueyfio?s casket being ushered into the hearse

The Hearse takes off for teh burial of the legendary coach

The Hearse takes off for teh burial of the legendary coach

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