As the nation observes the week of the death of President J.E.A. Mills, former President JJ Rawlings had the shock of his life when Dr. Mrs Naadu Mills yesterday asked him not to step into her home at the Regimanuel Grey Estate in Accra.
The former President yesterday sneaked out of his residence to go and pay a courtesy call on the otherwise quiet widow, whose husband he ‘bad-mouthed’ on international platform upon hearing of his death.
The Enquirer newspaper was reliably informed that when former President Rawlings got to the house, the members of the National House of Chiefs, led by Prof. Naa John Nabila, were already at the residence to console the bereaved former first lady.
The Enquirer’s flawless sources present at the private residence of the late President said when word got to the widow, she asked Prof. Nabila to go and diplomatically tell the former President not to step anywhere closer to her house.
The late President’s wife is said to be still shocked at what former President Rawlings said about the man he brought into the political limelight.
Although, the former President’s office was quick to make a u-turn by apologizing for his comments, he went ahead to write other more damaging remarks in his tribute in the Book of Condolence.
Source: The Enquirer
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