June 14, 2024


Builsa South Member of Parliament, Clement Apaak says the calls for the autopsy report of the late Prof. Evans Attah Mills is an election-year diversionary tactic.

According to him, the people demanding the autopsy report are impostors who are not related to the Atta Mills family in any way.

Clement Apaak’s tweet came in after the brother of the late President, Samuel Atta-Mills, denied knowledge of the people who visited the office of the President to seek for the autopsy report of the late President.

To Samuel Atta-Mills, the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has always made it a point to gain political points from the death of the late President and therefore brings it up every election year.

Reacting to the development, Clement Apaak in a tweet on X said”Hon. Samuel Atta-Mills didn’t hold back in going after the impostors. The objective of asking for the autopsy report of our late President, which is a public document, by the impostors, has been defeated. Those who orchestrated this infantile election year diversionary tactic must be ashamed of themselves”.

It could be remembered that some family members of the late President visited the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and demanded that the President helps them get access to the autopsy report.

 “Our biggest problem as a family is that ever since I was enstooled as queenmother, I have not seen any autopsy report in the family. That is the biggest problem I have with the family because if someone asks me what killed him I won’t know if the doctor said he broke his arm or his neck or drunk something.”

“So we plead with you and the government that the family needs the autopsy report so that in future when I am no more queen mother posterity will learn from it because no child from the family knows what killed the late former president not to talk about me the queen mother in the family. So I plead with you on behalf of the family, before you leave office let us get the autopsy report,” Nana Enyimfua III, representing the family, during a visit to the president in Accra on Saturday said.



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