- A photo of the late former president Jerry John Rawlings and his family has surfaced on the internet
- He was with his wife, Nana Konadu, and their four children, Zanetor, Yaa Asantewaa, Amina, and Kimathi Rawlings, the last one
- Fans have taken notice of Kimathi as a teenager and have reacted to his young looks
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A photo of the later J.J Rawlings and his family has surfaced on the internet.
J.J held his last born and only son, Kimathi, in his arm while the girls sat with their mother, Nana Konadu.
The photo is believed to have been taken a very long ago as Kimathi Rawlings was looking so young like one in his teen years.
Many people have reacted to the photo with mostly females admiring Rawlings’ young son.
Nana Ama, for instance, wrote that Kimathi just be a very young man:
Abass could also not stop admiring Kimathi:
Abena was left wondering how Kimathi grew so fast:
Hemaa also admired Kimathi:
Maren, Dhor, and Cwame admired Nana Konadu’s forever young appearance:
Dede admired Zanetor:
Meanwhile, the Rawlings’ family is mourning after he died on Thursday, November 12, 2020, after suffering from COVID-19.
YEN.com.gh earlier published details of the cause of his death, and we also published photos of all his four children.
In another report, we published some details about Kimathi, including his age, marital status, and career.
He was also in the news for penning touching words for his mother, Nana Konadu, on the occasion of her birthday.
In a related development, a leading member of the NDC, Stephen Atubiga, has said Akufo-Addo should be blamed for Rawlings’ death.
He gave his reasons in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, for which reason he thinks Ghanaians should not take President Akufo-Addo’s showy display over Rawlings’ death seriously.
Also, the NDC General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has accused Akufo-Addo of hijacking Rawlings’ funeral.
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