Atta- Mills should have died earlier – Koku Anyidoho


Koku Anyidoho, Former Director of Communications at the Presidency amid the past Mills organization, has uncovered that the late President John Evans Atta Mills swindled passing and opposed therapeutic science.

The Former President in 2011, disproved bits of gossip that he was wiped out and going to pass on, however, he broadcasted that he will live to guarantee that the Better Ghana Agenda is accomplished.

Koku Anyidoho, describing the most recent days of the ex-President on earth, expressed that a Professor and a lead Physician at the 37 Military Hospital who took care of the late president revealed that the previous pioneer ought to have passed on sooner than he, per his poor condition of wellbeing.

As per the author of the Atta Mills Institute, “They moved us into a room acquired a clinical analyst to attempt and work on us since we were down. At that point the lead doctor stated, you individuals know the President was wiped out, and we said yes. What’s more, he said we have done everything conceivable except he is no more”. Mr. Anyidoho related.

Koku included that, he won’t overlook the final expressions of the doctor – “enable him to go and rest, you individuals ought to enable him to go and rest since he resisted medicinal science for a long time. per his medicinal records, he ought to have kicked the bucket eight years prior, on the off chance that he is no more you ought to enable him to go and rest”.

The previous Deputy General Secretary of the restriction National Democratic Congress further revealed that subtleties of the conditions prompting the demise of the previous President Mills will be distributed in a book he co-composed with Prof. Kwabena Ahwoi about the life of the late President

In front of the 2012 decision, the strength of the previous President turned into a noteworthy battle issue which was abused by the New Patriotic Party. Atta – Mills kicked the bucket on July 24, 2012. He was the primary sitting Head of State to kick the bucket in office in Ghana


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