- The entire burial grounds of the late President Mills are in a deteriorating state
- The uncompleted library at the Asomdwe Park has been turned to a brothel
- July 24 marks the 6th anniversary of Atta Mills' death
It has emerged that the burial ground of Ghana's late president, John Evans Atta Mills, has been left to rot with portions turned into a brothel.
YEN.com.gh has gathered from a report on Graphic.com that the presidential mausoleum, the Asomdwe Park as well as the burial ground are all crying for help.
In celebrating the 6th anniversary of John Evans Atta Mills on July 24th, there is nothing special to say about remnants of the late president.
The stench around Mills' burial ground is just unbearable as cattle have invaded the place leaving cow dung behind.
The Asomdwe Park, which also contains a library, has been turned to a brothel where people come from far and near to engage in intimate relations.
“The guards come to meet condoms lying all over the place every day. Sometimes, they catch people red-handed having sex here and they drive them away. The young and old all come here to do their things and they do not even know where they come from,” the security sources said.
A call for justice against Mills's death
The maternal family of the late president says it will strictly assist any government interested in mounting an independent investigation into his death.
"If the opinion of the country is that it should be done, then it has to be done. If the investigation into what killed President Mills was done during the NDC’s tenure, many people would not have believed the outcome,” the first cousin to the former president, Ato Harry Brew, revealed.
Cause of Atta Mills's death
Cadman Mills, the brother of the late President John Evans Atta Mills, has denied assertions that the former president died of throat cancer, which he got from engaging in oral sex.
Cadman said the official autopsy report of his late brother showed that he died of a "very massive stroke."
Cadman said days before Mills died, he complained of severe neck pain and sensitivity to light. He said the symptoms pointed to the very beginning of a stroke.
"Let's tell the truth. He didn’t die of throat cancer …I know he will forgive me. Prof Mills had a growth in his sinuses and it was quite sizable, that some people call precancerous, others call cancerous, I don’t know," he said.
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