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Prof Mills: Death snatched you too early, but we don’t have that eviscerate to question your creator – Alhaji Sinare tweet

Prof Mills: Death snatched you too early, but we don't have that eviscerate to question your creator - Alhaji Sinare tweet

The death of former President John Evans Atta Mills remains a shock to many Ghanaians, including big wigs within his political party, the National Democratic Congress.

In a Facebook post commemorating the Asomdwenhene’s 78th birthday, the workaholic National Vice Chairman of the Opposition National Democratic Congress, H.E. Alhaji Said Sinare, was quoted as saying that death was too quick to lay its icy hands on the former president of the Republic.
Death snatched you too early, but we don’t have that eviscerate to question your creator, therefore on this wonderful day of yours, prof, I wish you nothing but the best, part of his tweet and Facebook post read.
Ghanaian president John Atta Mills died unexpectedly of a sudden illness on Monday at the age of 68. H.E Alhaji Sinare noted that July 24, 2012, would forever remain a shocking and dark day in Ghana’s political history as the Ghanaian people mourned the death of the law professor-turned-leader known affectionately as “The Prof” on his birthday.
He said apart from being the death date of the late President John Evans Atta Mills, the day was also the first time in Ghana’s political history that a sitting President had died in office. Mr. Sinare also mentioned that the late President Mills stood for peace, honesty, and sincerity, values he sees in former President Mahama and believes he will continue to build on to achieve the country’s development goals when given the nod again in 2024.

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