Rawlings soul is still living among the living as it is traditionally known that a man's soul will permanently go to its dwelling place after 30 days, But I think Rawlings' body will be hanging around for some couple of months because the controversies and accusations around his death is not stopping anytime soon, so how can he rest in peace.
It is barely three days after his death but some ghanaians and some men of God have already poked some politicians to be responsible for his death, and some men of God as usual are saying they saw it coming.
Mallam Shaibu is a controversial facebook politician who fights anyone who post against the NDC party, a post sited by the team was deleted within five minutes because of the comments that started flooding.
"They used him for their own sacrifice and selfish gains, and they know his wife won't keep quiet, she will come after them so they are also plotting against her too but I won't let them kill her".
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