The Executive Director of the Atta Mills Institute, Koku Anyidoho has dared brother of late President Mills, Samuel Atta Mills to produced the autopsy report of the late President.
He argued that it should be easy for him to do so since he claim the former president died in his arms.
“Sammy Atta-Mills says I am a buffoon? I see! Let him produce the autopsy report of the late President Atta-Mills. Sammy Atta-Mills should tell us, what killed his brother. He says, his brother died in his hands: he should tell us how his brother died,” Mr. Anyidoho wrote in a tweet.
Mr. Anyidoho’s tweet is a response to Samuel Atta Mills, who claims that the tomb of the late Professor John Evans Atta Mills has been tampered with with.
On Tuesday July 19, Sam Atta Mills accused Koku Anyidoho and the Coastal Development Authority of tinkering with the tomb.
“A group calling itself Atta Mills Institute that the family doesn’t even recognize, and Coastal Development Authority, have gone to break the grave of President John Evans Atta Mills. They have removed the tomb, and they claim that they are rebuilding it,” the Member of Parliament for Komenda-Edina-Eguafo Abirem said at press conference in Parliament.
He added “My question is that, we have a family tradition. Now that they have touched someone’s grave, is the body still in there? Who has the body? Why will you touch the body without informing the family head? Under whose authority?
“Why do they want us to always go through grief? This is a former president, why will the government allow this to happen? This is an insult to the family and the nation.”
But responding to him in series of tweets, Koku Anyidoho said ” Sammy Atta-Mills says I have stolen the body of President Atta-Mills??
“Is it a crime to remove the dirty black cardboard that used to shamefully cover the grave of President Atta-Mills, and replace it with, granite stones? Is, Sammy Atta-Mills talking about curses? The curses shall be upon his ugly head. John Dramani Mahama should bow down his head in shame for not building Asomdwee Park.”