- A top politician in Ghana has called on the government to build a place of residence for the wife and children of the late Major Mahama
- Bernard Mornah made this call at the final funeral rites of the late military officer, who was lynched by residents of Denkyira-Obuasi
- Get more news on the lynching, investigations and burial of Major Mahama here on YEN.com.gh
Bernard Mornah, has called on the Government of Ghana and President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to make sure a house is built for the widow of the late Major Maxwell Adams Mahama and his children.
Mornah, the Chairman of the People’s National Convention, a political party in Ghana asked that this be taken from the GHS500,000 fund set up by government for the family.
Earlier, Nana Addo had announced that a GHS500,000 fund would be set up to support the family of the late Major Mahama.
However, speaking at the funeral proceedings of the late Major Mahama, the PNC chairman asked that government rather take a chunk of the money to build up a house for the family.
He also asked that Ghanaians gain confidence in the security processes in Ghana as that will bring down the number of mob actions across the country.
Dignitaries such as former presidents John Kufuor and John Mahama have graced the grounds.
Ghanaian pastor and Head of Lighthouse Chapel International, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills gave the sermon at the grounds.
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