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JJ Rawlings’ Family Visits Mahama to Discuss Funeral Arrangement

JJ Rawlings' Family Visits Mahama to Discuss Funeral ArrangementA delegation from Rawlings’ family, led by former diplomat, Ambassador James Victor Gbeho, met with the National Democratic Congress (NDC) flag bearer Jerry John Rawlings and the party leadership on Tuesday, November 17, 2020, to discuss Late Former’s funeral arrangements, President Jerry John Rawlings.


The meeting also paved the way for the NDC party to be officially informed of the death of party founder Rawlings, which took place on Tuesday, November 12, 2020, at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. Accra.

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According to the former diplomat, the family considered it appropriate and respectful to carry out the tradition even though the party’s leadership had already been informed of the contingencies that had hit them.

Mr. Mahama replied to the delegation: “We understand the complexity of the situation, considering that he belongs to his family and that he also belongs to the state because he was the former president and then belongs to a party. And so there has to be a mixture between the three interests in order to be able to give him an appropriate farewell. ”

According to him, the party understands along with him that the state, as a past president, will play a leading role in all funeral preparations and that they are ready to show their respect in any appropriate way and to know who their founder was.

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