Rawlings finally breaks silence on viral photo at funeral; says he has no issues with Mahama

Rawlings finally breaks silence on viral photo at funeral; says he has no issues with Mahama

Former president Jerry John Rawlings has finally spoken on news circulating that he had issues with former president John Dramani Mahama

Explaining a viral image that trended on the social media for days, which was made to look as if he had issues with Mahama and two others at a funeral, he said it was a mischevious attempt to create a negative impression in the minds of Ghanaians.

He made this known when he showed up to sign the book of condolence for the late Mrs Victoria Adzagli Ametefee, wife of Volta Regional Chairman of the NDC, Mr. Henry K. Ametefee.

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“I actually turned towards Mr Mahama more than three times and where is that picture? Why did this intruder refuse to circulate my sitting position adjusting myself towards Mr. Mahama but chose the opposite…what purpose does this serve anybody… more so when I cannot go to all places armed with the foam?” he asked.

He further explained thatg his sitting posture was due to an injury from a parachute false landing several years ago , he was still nursing

He added that the accident has resulted in chronic pain in a sitting position.

According to him, the discomfort of sitting for long hours compels him to occasionally use an orthopedic foam to manage the pain.

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In other news, some members of the NDC have embarked on a nationwide weeding exercise on Saturday, November 16, 2019.

The exercise also took place in the far Northern and Bono Regions.

In the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, the people, including an elderly woman, were busily wedding in the town, farmlands and by the roadside.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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