In a candid warning, Jonathan Asante Otchere has advised President Nana Akufo-Addo against entertaining demands for the late President Atta Mills’ autopsy report. Otchere, drawing attention to the natural course of order, emphasized that Akufo-Addo is approximately 80 years old and should be mindful of the delicate nature of life.
Speaking to the media, Otchere stated, “I want Akufo-Addo to know he’s about 80 years and is not far away from death in terms of the natural course of order. It is crucial for him to exercise discretion and avoid being entangled in demands for the autopsy report of the late President Atta Mills.”
Otchere’s caution comes amid renewed discussions about the autopsy report of the late President Atta Mills, with some calling for its release. His remarks, however, bring attention to the personal and ethical considerations surrounding such demands, urging the current president to prioritize national unity and stability.
As the nation observes developments in response to Otchere’s advice, the conversation around the late President Atta Mills’ autopsy report continues to unfold, prompting reflections on the intersection of transparency, respect, and the natural progression of leadership in Ghana.
story filed by: Nana Kwaku Duah