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Mahama is innocent, only 4 of us know what killed Mills - Allotey Jacobs

By Clement Edward Kumsah
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Central Regional Chairman of the NDC, Allotey Jacobs says president Mahama is “innocent” in the death

of his predecessor.

Mr. Jacobs told Accra based Neat FM’s ‘Ghana Montie’ show host that late president Mills shared his

innermost thoughts and health complications with only 4 people adding the three others including his

good self-know what led to his death.

“Let me confirm this, we are just four people who know about Professor Mills sickness. His two siblings

Dr Cadman Atta Mills and Sammy Atta Mills, myself, and his long time bodyguard, Mr. ASP Adadei. Prof

Mills was dear to our hearts, he shared his frustration, sickness and development with us."

“We knew the man very well and he knew us. Prof Mills once visited me at my apartment late-night

when I was sick, we cried and we prayed together. People don’t know about this so they just get up and

malign innocent people in this country” the educated fisherman submitted.

He found it distasteful that certain people were keen to implicate President Mahama when he is

innocent.

“…What at all has President Mahama done? What sin has he committed? Just because God has anointed

him to be president?

“Those doing that are just hurting the family [Mills family]. The man is dead and gone. Curse will be

upon those behind this [he accused the NPP]. Death will run through their camp” he stressed.

The cause of the sudden death of president Mills has been unexplained perhaps even to some family

relations but there’s been keen interest to know what caused the demise of the good professor.

The opposition New Patriotic Party [NPP] has over the years mounted pressure on government to make

public the cause of death.

During NDC’s campaign launch in Cape Coast, some unknown individuals covered streets with posters of

late President Prof. John Evans Atta Mills with the inscription “Who Killed Atta Mills?”