Atta Millsí Ghost Haunting NDC Gurus - Ken Agyapong

The ghost of Ghana’s former President, John Evans Atta Mills is said to be haunting some top gurus of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

According to New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, the ghost of the late leader, whose cause of death is yet to be made public, has been preventing many of top NDC gurus from having a good night sleep.

“Mills’ ghost is working a lot oo, you have no idea…some people now can’t sleep, they wake up at mid-night and start screaming ‘woreba oo, woreba oo’ [to wit: he is coming after me]….,” he alleged on Oman FM on Tuesday.

Prof Mills died suddenly on July 24, 2012 when he was preparing to seek a second term in office but the circumstances surrounding his death have still nt been made public. 

Four years down the line, the NPP legislator claims he has information to the effect that the ghost of the late Law Professor has been going after some top members of the NDC.

The situation, he claimed, had made many of them turn to drinking heavily before going to bed as a panacea to avoiding seeing the apparition.

“As early as 3:00pm, some of them start drinking…then in the middle of the night they wake up and start screaming, calling for help…their wives have no option apart from calling friends to tell them of their predicaments…”, he said.

Ken Agyapong could not however tell the source of his information.