The entire world was taken by storm when Ghana's former President, Ft Lt Jerry John Rawlings passed on in November 2020
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Before, during, and after his funeral that was held at the Black Star Square on Wednesday, January 27, 2020, many world leaders eulogized the renowned former president of Ghana.
As YEN.com.gh reported previously, Her Royal Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II paid great respect to the late former President of Ghana, with powerful words in his funeral brochure.
YEN.com.gh has now obtained a comprehensive list from ghanaweb.com, indicating the 16 leaders of the world who poured out their hearts for J.J. Rawlings in his demise.
See the full list below:
- President of Namibia - Hage G. Geingob
- President of Republic of Congo - Denis Sassou Nguesso
- President of Sierra Leone - Brig (Rtd) Dr Julius Maada Bio
- President of Ireland - Michael D. Higgins
- Vice President of Liberia - Jewel Howard-Taylor
- Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of England
- Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
- Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Kingdom of Bahrain - Prince Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa
- Former President, Ivory Coast - Laurent Gbagbo
- Former President of Suriname - Desire Delano Bouterse
- Former Prime Minister of Jamaica - P.J Patterson
- Former Prime Minister of Malaysia - Dr Mahathir Bin Mohamad
- Former President and First Lady of South Africa - Thabo and Mrs Mbeki
- Former President of Nigeria - General A.A. Abubakar & Justice Fati L. Abubakar
- Former President of Malawi - Dr Joyce Banda
- Former President of Namibia - Hifikepunye Pohamba
Meanwhile, a video of a young man with a striking resemblance to the late Rawlings has caused a stir on social media.
From head to toe, the man looks like the late former president in terms of his face, complexion, stature, the way he walks, and his mannerisms.
He was in the company of Rawlings’ son, Kimathi, at the Conference Center where the funeral was held.
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