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Atta Mills should have died in 2004 – Koku Anyidoho makes a shocking revelation

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Atta Mills Institute and former Deputy General Secretary of the opposition (National Democratic Congress (NDC) Mr. Koku Anyidoho has made a shocking revelation of his late “father” and former President John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills describing him as a “walking miracle” who should have died in 2004.

According to Mr. Anyidoho, this revelation was made to him by the medical doctor who was responsible for the late president at the time he was sent to the 37 Military Hospital in Accra before his demise.

“That picture can never leave my mind, a lifeless body of President Mills”, he recounted.

According to him, at the time he got there and first saw the lifeless body of the former president, he wept whiles the Doctor told him “Koku, this is your father, he’s gone”.

He further revealed that, during these times the doctor again revealed by saying; “Koko allow your father to go and rest he is tired. You know what Koku, your father defied medical science for eight years so allow him to go and rest; he’s tired”.

This shows that the Late John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills should have died in 2004.

Mr. Anyidoho however admitted that, people around the Former knew president was medically not strong but not to that extent.

“He was a walking miracle, Mr. Anyidoho said, adding that “I now understood why he had so much faith in God. So he was aware”.

He stressed that the Late Atta Mills frequently promised he was going to bring the party back to power before he died because he has never failed in life.

The late Former President John Evans Atta Mills born on July 21 1944 died on July 24 2012 at the 37 Military Hospital in Accra while in office.

Till date, the cause of his death has not been made public and this has made people given their own accounts on his demise and what caused it.


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