Eighteen-year-old Mimi Agyeiwaa Danso and her friend Alberta Antwi, also 18, were reported to have gone out with other friends for a friend’s birthday when
The two bubbling young ladies were among the over 159 lives which were lost in the disaster.
Mimi’s funeral will be held at Pen Timers, Bawjiase Road, Kasoa, in the Central Region.
Emmanuel Asante Koranteng, 42, also said to be a victim of the disaster, will be buried in Accra.
He was reported to be returning home from work when he got stuck in the tragedy.
GNA reports that Emmanuel Asante Koranteng would be laid in state at Bubuashie Control, Accra, House number B672/5, which would be followed by a burial service at the Awudome Cemetary, Accra.
The report said the thanksgiving service would be held tomorrow, June 21, at the Word of Life Christian Centre, Spintex Road, Accra.
The late Koranteng left behind a wife and three children – Miss Ralitsa Asante, Emmanuel Asante and Genius Asante.