Mills didn’t die a natural death – Owusu Bempah

Communications Manager of the Ghana National Gas Company, Ernest Owusu Bempah, is convinced some bigwigs in the opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC, are behind the death of the late Prof. Evans Fiifi Atta Mills.

“I believe the former President didn’t die a natural death, therefore there must be a thorough investigations into his sudden death and proper sanctions given to the culprits involved before it becomes a norm in this country,” he stated on UTV’s ‘Adekye Nsroma’ programme.

He asserted that, the late president isn’t the first state official to have died prematurely, but the usual practice, has been public outcry after which, it is left to die a natural death without investigations to unravel the main cause of deaths.

Contributing on the issue of corruption bedeviling the country on the same platform, he asked members of the previous government to get ready to face the Special Prosecutor’s office due to the corrupt practices they indulged in when in government.

“Members of the NDC claim we are painting them with corruption . . . yet they are still walking about freely, but I am promising each of them to get ready since they will soon not have time for anything else than escorting each other to court each day,” he said.

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