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24 July 2017

I Don’t Know What Killed My Father, We Weren’t Given An Autopsy Result – Late Prof Mills’ Son

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Today marks exactly five years Ghana lost its then sitting President, Late Professor John Evans Atta Mills.

Once again a discussion is stirring as to what exactly killed the then NDC Flag bearer for the 2012 Election as his son, Sam Atta Mills says he’s not been informed about the cause of his father’s death.

Sam Atta Mills speaking about what exactly killed his father his at his 5th commemoration said:

I have heard a lot of stories but I also believe that in order for you take an action or to know something, there must be some level of evidence and some level of facts. There have been several rumours and stories, but until I see some concrete evidence I don’t really have much to say. If someone wants to approach me to do investigations I will champion the course because he is my father and I want to know.

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CitiFmOnline has also reported Sam to have said “The hospital never gave any autopsy report to show that this or that was the reason why he passed away so I don’t think any member of my family would be able to give evidence on what happened or what caused his death…I have not seen anything of that sort. I do not think anyone has. If anybody has it, he or she should be free to let me know but I do not think anyone has,”.

However, Mills’ son expressions are directly contradictory to what his Uncle Cardman Mills has once said that the family has seen the autopsy result of late Professor Mills.

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There was a wreath laying ceremony at the Asomdwe Park in Accra Monday morning which was heavily attended by NDC bigwigs like John Mahama, Amisa Arthur and Kofi Portuphy among others.

There was a wreath laying ceremony at the Asomdwe Park in Accra Monday morning which was heavily attended by NDC bigwigs like John Mahama, Amisa Arthur and Kofi Portuphy among others.

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