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‘Father Bernard’ Viral video, Woman Explains Why She Jumped Into The Priest’s Grave During Burial Service

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Comfort Jackson, the woman who went viral after jumping into a priest’s grave during his burial service, has finally opened up about her bizarre act. For the most part, the footage of her wailing as she lay across the casket has been used as a meme and has sparked conversations online. In a recent interview on Kofi TV, Comfort revealed that the late Father Bernard had played an important role in her life and had been pivotal to her personal growth and development.

According to Comfort, she was devastated when she learned of the priest’s passing and even dreamt about him ahead of his burial service. She helps clean the church where Father Bernard served and said he always remembered her in his prayers. Comfort explained that she could not control her emotions when she saw the casket being lowered into the grave. She was all the way at the back of the congregation when she suddenly jumped into the grave, calling out the priest’s name in the process.

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It is common for people to express grief in different ways during funerals, but Comfort’s actions caught the attention of social media users who turned it into a viral meme. However, she hopes that people will understand that her actions came from a place of deep sadness and emotional pain.

The incident has sparked conversations about how grief is expressed in Ghanaian culture and the role of social media in amplifying certain events. While some have criticized Comfort’s actions, others have shown empathy and expressed understanding.

In a nutshell, Comfort Jackson has finally spoken up about why she jumped into a priest’s grave during his burial service. She explained that the priest had played an important role in her life and that her emotions got the best of her when she saw his casket being lowered into the ground. Her actions may have sparked online conversations, but it is important to remember that grief is a deeply personal experience that should be respected.

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