Following the leak of the supposed Will of the late Sir John which touches on the Achimota forest Saga, a lot has been said and discussed on various political platforms in the Country, but one beneficiary of Sir John seems unhappy about how some Ghanaians are handling the matter.
A popular journalist of Peace FM, Nana Yaw Kesse has revealed boldly to the people of Ghana that, he is a strong beneficiary of the late Sir John and he is not ashamed to say it anywhere because, he has got a lot of benefits from Sir John.
Nana Yaw Kesse penned this down on his Facebook timeline, telling the critics of the issue to think deep as it can happen to them as well.
"Of all this Sir John discussions , there are two issues of concern to me; the leaked WILL and the hands he fed while he lived that are denigrating him even in his grave. I am not saying don't discuss his "evil" deeds if any, far from that but to discuss someone's will sentence by sentence? think deep about it,don't be emotional about it because it is Sir John,it could be anyone else tomorrow. RIP Sir John,I am not ashamed to say that you are part of the reasons I am where I am today,I will forever be grateful to you for everything."
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