The mortal remains of late veteran actor Michael Moncar who died on Friday, March 8, was laid to rest Saturday at the Osu Cemetery in Accra.
The actor, who died at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital after a surgery was conducted to remove a blood clot detected in his head, was laid to rest after an impressive funeral ceremony at his residence, Mahogany Close in Dansoman, Accra.
Before his interment, the remains of Michael Moncar was conveyed from the Medical School Mortuary of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, on Friday, April 5, to his residence.
The body was then laid in state at the same venue on Saturday, April 6, for viewing, after which a pre-burial service was held for him.
Several personalities from the creative arts industry paid tributes to the actor, whom many described as a calm and friendly person.
Some of the personalities included Fred Amugi, Kofi Adjorlolo, Vivian Achor, Seth Karikari, aka Koo Fori, Abeiku Sagoe, Dzifa Glikpoe and Augustine Abbey, aka Idikoko.
His friend, and veteran actor, Fred Amugi, whose tribute drove the gathering to tears recounted that: ‘Micky Mich, this is how I used to call you, and your response was ‘Awww mi nye mi meaning ‘awww my brother.’