We warned Atta Mills against joining NDC - Family spokesperson

We warned Atta Mills against joining NDC - Family spokesperson

- Family of the late president Mills says they warned Atta Mills against joining the NDC

- The 5th anniversary of the late president was recently held by the opposition NDC

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The chronicles surrounding the death of Atta Mills still remains clouded in controversy as spokesperson for the family of the late president has revealed how he, Atta Mills, was strictly warned against beginning a political career in the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

We warned Atta Mills against joining NDC - Family spokesperson

We warned Atta Mills against joining NDC - Family spokesperson

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According to Paul Atta Ackom, Atta Mills could still be alive if only he had listened to the advice of family members. He reveals that the family of the late president was not in any way alerted ahead of preparations for the 5th anniversary celebration by the opposition NDC.

“No member of the family was informed about any arrangements whatsoever but we the family members, we do not blame anyone but the NDC. We warned Atta Mills not to join the NDC but he paid no heed to our warnings which have led him to Asomdwe Park," he revealed in an interview with Hot FM.

Answering questions on the actual cause of Atta Mills’s death, the bewildered family member claimed that the bereaved family of Atta Mills has not been served any autopsy report to ascertain the actual cause of his death.

Queen mother of Ekumfi Otuam, the very town in which the late President Mills was born is requesting for his remains to be given a befitting burial in his birth place.

According to Nana Anyinfuah III, the late president’s soul can only rest in peace if his body is exhumed from the Asomdwe Park and relocated to his hometown as culture and tradition demands.

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The 5th anniversary, which was held at the “Asomdwe” Park,in Accra, saw some key members of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) pay their respects to the former president through the laying of wreaths at his tomb.

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