The late President John Atta Mills' brother has challenged Koku Anyidoho, the man behind the Atta Mills Institute, to provide the autopsy report of his late daughter before releasing his own.
According to Samuel Atta Mills, the deceased President's family knows what killed him, and no one can force them to reveal it to the world.
Mr. Mills, who represents Komenda Edina Eguafo Abrem (KEEA) in parliament, remarked in response to Mr. Anyidoho's identical challenge.
If he insisted that he was present when the late President died, he challenged him to show him the autopsy report from late Mr. Mills.
"Tell him to show the autopsy report of his brother's death...
Where is the autopsy report for your brother's death? Sammy Atta Mills needs to respond to some inquiries," he stated.
Mr. Mills responded on Asempa FM's Ekosii Sen show on Wednesday, saying Mr. Anyidoho lacks the authority to make that demand.
He made it clear that the deceased President's family had obtained the autopsy report from the 37 Military Hospital, which they had then used to apply for the burial authorization from the Accra Metropolitan Assembly.
“As a family, we have the autopsy report; we know what killed our brother, case closed,” the MP for KEEA fumed.
He advised him to focus on making sure the autopsy results of his deceased daughter are made public.
Mr. Mills stated that they wouldn't permit Mr. Anyidoho, who had only spent six years working with his deceased brother, to disrespect his grave.
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