- John Mahama has written an open letter to the late Prof Mills
- The NDC is sad over the state if filth at the burial ground of John Evans Atta Mills
- July 23rd marks the 6th anniversary of the former president's demise
Former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, has written an open letter to the late president, John Evans Mills.
Speaking on the 6th anniversary of Atta Mills' passing, Mahama expressed how troubled he has been since the death of his former boss.
John Mahama who was once the vice president under the late Mills revealed how shocked he was hearing the death of Atta Mills.
Meanwhile, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has bemoaned the level of stench and untidiness at the burial grounds of the late President Mills.
A deputy general secretary of the NDC, Koku Anyidohu wants more answers to this development as he blamed the government for looking on for the filth at the Asomdwe Park to build up.
According to Koku Anyidohu, the government must either improve sanitation at the former president's burial ground or they do it themselves.
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 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 maternal family of the late president says it will strictly assist any government interested in mounting an independent investigation into his 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.
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